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At the conclusion of another successful year dedicated to serving the children and families in the community, Child Guidance & Family Solutions recognizes a Tallmadge resident who was acknowledged as part of the top 10 staff members who made significant contributions in 2016.
Beth Kenney-Murphy, a clinical nurse practitioner, was recognized for her positive attitude, always doing whatever is necessary to benefit her clients and the agency, and tirelessly advocating for mental health as a team captain for the National Alliance on Mental Illness Walk each year.
The 2016 Top 10 employees were selected for the exceptional impact they made on the agency in multiple areas.
These employees demonstrate the mission and vision of CG&FS by surpassing the expectations through their impact within the organization as well as in the community.
The Top 10 made significant contributions to the agency economically, while also improving care for multiple clients and bettering the quality and efficiency of our work by enhancing the work environment.
CG&FS is proud to recognize these employees for going above-and-beyond their expectations, and is grateful for their hard work, and their dedication to the vision of a community that allows everyone to achieve their fullest potential.
Each member of the CG&FS staff plays a key role in ensuring CG&FS is capable of fulfilling the mission to provide the most effective, and available care to children, adolescents, teens, and families within our community who are struggling with mental, emotional, and behavioral health problems.
For more information about the 2016 Top Ten recipients, contact the Development office at 330-384-2882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about employment opportunities at CG&FS visit www.cgfs.org/careers/.