Nonprofit Leader from Southern California to Pacific Northwest

Nonprofit Leader from Southern California to Pacific Northwest

SEATTLE NONPROFIT ENGAGES NEW INTERIM CEO FROM THIRD SECTOR’S L.A. COHORT

Third Sector Company is very proud to announce that Chris Johnson has been named Interim Executive Director at Evergreen Treatment Center in Seattle, an addiction and social services nonprofit organization with three clinics in King, Thurston, and Grays Harbor counties offering medication-assisted treatment for opioid dependence to more than 1,500 patients.

I’m thrilled and honored to step into my new role,” says Chris. “I am fortunate to work with this team of smart and fiercely passionate staff. I’m grateful to our board members, who are making the transition smooth and seamless… I look forward to expanding this world-class organization and growing its already amazing reputation.”

Chris has held a variety of leadership positions, including interim engagements, for both not-for-profits and for-profits with over 25 years of experience. Previously, Chris served as Interim Chief Executive Officer of Mending Kids International in Burbank, California, the CEO of Woodcraft Rangers in Los Angeles, and the Regional CEO of American Red Cross of Ventura County.

We are especially pleased about this engagement as it demonstrates the best of what Third Sector Company has to offer to nonprofits on the West Coast from north to south,” said Jeffrey Wilcox, CEO of Third Sector Company. “Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from Southern California to offer a unique perspective to the important work of Evergreen Treatment Services. Our goal is to create the very best interim solution we can for any nonprofit in California, Oregon, Arizona, Washington, and British Columbia.”

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