Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Major milestone: The Network's first employee

From Network President Becky Mock: 

Stacy Duck joined the XLH Network, Inc. this week as our first ever part-time virtual administrative assistant. She is a self employed grant writing consultant with extensive nonprofit management experience. 

Stacy worked for Western New York Developmental Disabilities Service Office in West Seneca, NY for a number of years and relocated to North Carolina in 2003. She was Program Coordinator at Central State of the Carolinas and received her BS in Human Development and Family Studies at UNC-Greensboro. Stacy served as Executive Director of Chatham Social Health Council in Siler City from 2008-2012. She led the Alliance of AIDS Service – Carolina in Raleigh, NC from 2012-2014, and stepped in as interim ED for Preservation Chapel Hill during the maternity leave of the ED.

Seeking free time to attend her son’s wrestling matches, Stacy decided to start her own business as a grant writing consultant. The position posted with the XLH Network caught her attention and she applied. With her outstanding range of skills, she was selected by the Staffing Committee to become our virtual administrative assistant.  Stacy lives in the same county as I do, but we had never met before. The position is virtual, but we can meet to work on projects if needed, an unexpected bonus.

Stacy is married to her high school sweetheart who is Executive Director of another nonprofit, WECAHN (Wellness & Education Community Action Health Network). Her oldest son will be graduating from the Culinary Institute of Virginia this spring and her youngest is a senior at Southern Alamance High School. He is a high school wrestler and she and her husband are avid fans. She enjoys spending time outside, fishing, camping and travel. The family loves their five dogs, five cats, and two prairie dogs. 

Welcome Stacy!

Becky Mock, President
XLH Network, Inc.

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