Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health President and CEO Carl E. Clark II recently honored Executive Director of Devereux Connecticut – The Glenholme School Maryann Campbell for her years of exceptional leadership and service to the organization.
Maryann Campbell, who will officially retire as executive director of Devereux Connecticut – The Glenholme School on Jan. 31, 2019, was honored recently for her decades of exceptional leadership and service to the organization.
During a recent meeting of Devereux’s leadership team, Campbell was surprised by her colleagues with a “Resolution of Appreciation and Gratitude,” which was approved by Devereux’s national Board of Trustees. The resolution thanked Campbell for her 42 years of “unwavering support, wisdom and energy,” and praised her for “embodying Devereux’s mission in her every action.”
“I am incredibly grateful to have had the opportunity to be part of Devereux for all of these years, and was impressed and moved by the resolution,” said Campbell. “I’m proud of the work we do on a daily basis for our students and families at The Glenholme School, and the successes we’ve achieved along the way. The words of the resolution perfectly encapsulated my long-term commitment to excellence and equally coalesced my personal and work life as it was meant to be. Having adopted my daughter from Devereux, who had her own experiences at The Glenholme School, it means the a great deal to me for her to see this resolution.”
A commitment to serve
Campbell’s upcoming retirement follows more than four decades of service, leadership and vision for the Washington, Conn.-based special needs boarding and day school for students with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, Tourette syndrome, depression, anxiety and other learning differences.
Campbell began her career with Devereux in 1976 as The Glenholme School’s assistant executive administrator. In 1987, she was promoted to assistant executive director, and in 2007, she was named executive director, overseeing the school’s day-to-day operational, educational, clinical and administrative functions.
Campbell is succeeded by Noah D. Noyes, who most recently served as The Glenholme School’s operations manager. He officially assumed his new role as executive director on Nov. 1, 2018
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