NCSS held its annual Longevity Awards on January 26th, 2018 to celebrate those employees that been with the agency for 5, 10, 15, 20, and 25 years. This year, Kath Berard-Brown and Oliver Quayle received their awards for an outstanding 25 years of service! Todd Bauman, Executive Director, delivered the keynote address, and division directors addressed employees within their divisions. Stacey Remillard spoke on behalf of Administration; Danielle Lindley Mitchell delivered a speech about the Children, Youth & Family division; Kathy Brown spoke on behalf of the Developmental Services division; Steve Broer shared his thoughts on the work of the Behavioral Health division. While programming is broken up by division, NCSS’ efforts and initiatives are cross-divisional. Everyone working together for the wellbeing of the community is what keeps NCSS strong and makes it a place where people want to work for 25 years!
The leadership team wishes to recognize all of the recipients of awards this year. NCSS’ incredible staff has a choice of their employer; the agency extends heartfelt thanks to everyone for choosing to serve Franklin and Grand Isle Counties as a member of the NCSS team!