Ranch Ehrlo Society CEO Andrea Brittin has announced her plans to retire.
Effective December 31, 2020, Andrea will be stepping away from her position, which assumed in July 2014.
“The past six years with Ranch Ehrlo Society have been incredible - some of the most fulfilling years of my entire career. I will truly miss the amazing team here at the Ranch. Their talent, passion, and commitment in caring for the vulnerable is second to none,” she said.
Ranch Ehrlo Board Chair Greg Fieger said, “On behalf of the board of directors, I’d like to acknowledge Andrea’s excellent leadership over the past six years. Although it will be difficult to see Andrea leave, we are very excited for her and her family as she embarks on this new adventure at the end of the year.”
A selection committee has been put in place to choose a search firm to begin the process of recruiting for Andrea’s replacement. The goal is to have an agreement in place with the next CEO by mid-November 2020, giving ample time for an effective transition.
“Even though Andrea will be departing at the end of the calendar year, she remains committed to fulfilling her goals and objectives. Our mission, vision, values, and CARE principles remain foundational, and the strategic objectives agreed to in the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan are being pursued, including current strategic initiatives. We all remain focused on the highest quality care and support to our clients,” Greg added.
For her part, Andrea looks forward to spending more time with her family and having more opportunities to travel.
“Until then, I look forward to my continued work with you for the coming six months!” she said.