Stepping in this past February as interim director just as the pandemic hit Vermont, Kim Anetsberger has been named Executive Director of the Lamoille Community House.
“Kim’s positive energy, thoughtful approach, and experience with other local nonprofits has already brought so much to our organization,” said Corey Perpall, Lamoille Community House board chair. “With every challenge that came our way during COVID-19, Kim rose to the occasion, ensuring that she and her staff continued serving guests professionally and in-person. She is a true leader and champion for this vulnerable population.”
Anetsberger’s extensive experience working in human services includes case management at the Lamoille Restorative Center, two years as an intake coordinator at Good Samaritan Haven, and relief advocacy at the Clarina Howard Nichols Center. She has worked with the Lamoille Community House since November 2019 when she was hired part-time to train and supervise staff and manage grant reporting.
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