Family Resource Center of Truckee seeks new leader
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Family Resource Center of Truckee is searching for a new executive director.
Since Jan. 6, 2014, Nicole Todd Bailey has served as the center’s leader. She is stepping down due to unexpected family circumstances.
“It was a very difficult decision to resign from my leadership role at the FRC after just a year, but an important one for my family,” Bailey said. “I am immensely grateful for the support and trust that my board, staff and community partners have shown me this past year, and it was a very rich chapter in my professional life.”
Her last day is flexible until April 1, 2015, when her resignation will be final, Bailey said.
“We experienced a mix of disappointment as well as concern and compassion for her family situation and honor her decision and commitment to her family,” said Carmen Carr, chair for the resource center’s board of directors, upon learning of Bailey’s resignation.
Bailey said she plans to stay involved with the resource center, either as a board member or volunteer.
According to the job description, the executive director serves as lead administrator of the center’s financial, operational and human resource functions.
The board hopes to hire someone “as soon as manageable,” Carr said.
According to a Dec. 23 Community Collaborative of Tahoe Truckee bulletin, resumes are being accepted by Carr and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bailey took over for Emily Diepenheim, who served as acting executive director after Adela Gonzales de Valle departed in March 2013.
Established in 2001, the Family Resource Center of Truckee aims to promote social and economic success in the community by providing education, mobilizing resources and advocating for change.
Visit truckeefrc.org to learn more.
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