The Canadian Mental Health Association, Simcoe County Branch, will be saying goodbye to one of our most beloved leaders. The Board of Directors wishes Nancy a heartfelt congratulations on her up and coming retirement date of January, 2020.
The Board would like to thank Nancy for her leadership over the last 19 years. Nancy’s advocacy for progressive change, ability to create and foster strong partnerships, compassion, commitment and dedication to improving the quality of community based mental health and addiction care has created one of Simcoe County’s leading regional service providers in mental health and addictions.
“This branch has flourished with Nancy’s vision and guidance. We’re so thankful for her service and wish her well in retirement. She has certainly earned it”, Said Beverly Pearl, CMHA Simcoe County Board President.
“It has been an honour to work alongside such a wonderful group of people at CMHA Simcoe County for the past 19 years,” Said Mrs. Roxborough.
“My colleagues made it a pleasure to come to work every day and do something that affected real, positive change in our community. I’ll forever be grateful for the opportunity to help advance mental health and addiction care in Simcoe County, and I’ll always be a steadfast supporter of the important work this agency does,” said Mrs. Roxborough.
Wonderful words from a key leader in Mental Health and Addictions. Clients, Staff and partners will surely look forward to the various ways Nancy continues to be active in the community.
CMHA Simcoe County wishes Nancy all the best!