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Leadership transition at the New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association

May 13, 2016

 

(FREDERICTON, NB), May 13, 2016 – Today, the NBNPHA Board of Directors announced the resignation of Tim Ross as Executive Director. Ross is stepping down in order to accept a new position with the Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada later this month.

 

“It has been a pleasure serving the members of the New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association, and I have nothing but fond memories and gratitude for this experience” said Ross. “Our movement is vibrant, our momentum is strong and we are poised for continued success in support of our mission of providing affordable housing in New Brunswick.” 

 

Board President Kit Hickey wished Ross well and thanked him for his seven years of service to the Association. “We are grateful for Tim’s leadership and effective advocacy work in raising the profile of our movement. We wish him the best in this next stage of his career.”

 

Gary Glauser will be appointed Interim Executive Director, effective May 16, 2016 “We are thrilled to appoint Gary Glauser as our Interim Executive Director,” said Kit Hickey. “Gary’s passion, experience and abilities served our members in the past, and we are grateful that his steady hand will guide us through this transition.”

 

A transition team has been appointed by the Board of Directors to manage the transition and search for a new leader. The team is composed of:

  • Gary Glauser, Interim Executive Director

  • Kit Hickey, President

  • Marc Robichaud, Vice-President

  • Gary Gould, Secretary Treasurer

  • Tim Ross, Strategic Advisor (May 16-June 24, 2016).

An extensive executive search process will be announced shortly. Interested parties can visit www.nbnpha-alsblnb.cafor updates on the search process starting Monday May 23, 2016.

 

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About the New Brunswick Non Profit Housing Association

An association of over 200 non-profit and co-operative housing organizations, members of the NBNPHA provide affordable housing to over 6,000 New Brunswick households who otherwise would not have a safe, affordable place to call home. Established in 1993, the NBNPHA’s mission is to support and strengthen New Brunswick’s non-profit and co-operative housing sector so that all residents can have a safe, affordable place to call home.

 

Media Contacts:

Tim Ross, Executive Director, tim@nbnpha-alsblnb.ca 506-451-4772

Kit Hickey, Board President, khickey@nb.aibn.com 506-632-9393

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