FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Leadership Medina County Announces Executive Director Transition
MEDINA, OH — Leadership Medina County (LMC) announces that Colleen Rice, Executive Director, will be stepping down from her role on August 4 to assume the position of Executive Director at The Domestic Violence Shelter in Richland County.
Rice has been an integral part of LMC since she began serving as the Executive Director in 2013. Her dedication and leadership have greatly contributed to the growth and success of the organization. Prior to joining LMC, Rice served at the Medina County Health Department, Family First Council and the Medina Battered Women’s Shelter (now Hope and Healing), where she gained valuable experience in the field of domestic violence prevention and support.
In her statement, Rice shared, “While it was a difficult decision to leave Leadership Medina County, I am excited about the opportunity to serve as the Executive Director of The Domestic Violence Shelter in Richland County. I believe this new role allows me to leverage my past experience and passion for supporting victims of domestic abuse.”
Karen Gaub, Board President of LMC, praised Rice’s contributions, stating, “Colleen’s dedication to our mission has been invaluable. Under her leadership, we’ve seen significant growth and impact. We are deeply grateful for her service and wish her nothing but success in her new role.”
As LMC begins the search for a new Executive Director, Gaub assures that the organization will continue to uphold its commitment to developing leaders within the community. Once the job is officially posted, you can find all the details on the Leadership Medina County website. The search committee will be listing the position here: https://leadershipmedinacounty.org/careers/.
For more information, please contact:
Colleen Rice, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, 330-721-7118 ext. 1 or Board President Karen Gaub at email@example.com.
About Leadership Medina County: Leadership Medina County is dedicated to developing community leadership by providing people with the information and tools they need to become involved and effective in the Medina County community.