KOSCIUSKO — After nearly 10 years of leading the organization, Beaman Home Executive Director Tracie Hodson is announcing her resignation.
The Beaman Home is announcing the resignation of their long-time Executive Director. Tracie Hodson has served the organization for 9 and a half years. She has accepted another position and will be stepping down as the executive director at the end of November.
The board of directors has already established a search committee to find the right successor for Hodson. She is working with them to make the transition as seamless as possible.
“I am incredibly proud of what we have accomplished together for the victims living in our community,” said Hodson. “I have no doubt the board will find a fantastic leader who will continue Beaman’s amazing progress from ‘just a shelter’ to a full continuum Domestic Violence Service Provider.”
She will continue to serve the organization until her last day, which is Nov. 30.
Beaman Home has provided services to Kosciusko, Fulton and Marshall Counties’ victims of domestic violence and their children since 1985. For more information, please visit, www.thebeamanhome.com or www.facebook.com/TheBeamanHome