NORTHBRIDGE, Mass. – An interim executive director who will help in the search for a permanent director has been chosen by The Whitin Community Center Board of Trustees.
In a letter sent to members recently, Trustee Chairman Michael Robertson said Lorita Williams was named interim executive director.
“The Whitin Community Center is celebrating 90 years and the Board of Trustees will be seeking a new ED whose leadership and vision will play a pivotal role in the direction of the organization for the next several decades," he said.
"Williams will assist us with the search process while keeping the organization moving forward in a positive direction,” he said.
"Ms. Williams brings extensive experience in assessing an organizations strengths and weaknesses, evaluating organizational structure and procedures, and supporting the organizations mission, vision and staff, he said.
“I am excited to be here and have already had the wonderful opportunity to speak with staff
and some members,” Williams said. “I think the WCC is a gem and one of the best kept secrets in the region. I look forward to strengthening its programs and to working with the staff to bring increased visibility of the WCC to the community.”
The Whitin Community Center, established in 1922, is a non-profit organization offering social, recreational, educational and outreach programs that bring community members of all ages and backgrounds together.
To learn more, visit the center's website.