July 11, 2016 - 6:30 PM
KAMLOOPS - The Kamloops Brain Injury Association is looking for a new leader.
The not-for-profit organization, which specializes in assisting people with brain injuries, is looking for a new executive director as Terry-Lynn Stone is retiring.
“It’s been absolutely great fun,” she says. “I’ve met lots of really interesting people.”
While she’s leaving the job, Stone’s not leaving the organization, as she’s planning on staying as a board member once a replacement is found for her current position. Until then, she’s still the executive director.
Stone says the experience has been gratifying, but she’s past the age of retirement and wants to let some new blood into the organization, adding that moving to Kamloops for the job was a great choice.
“One of the things I want to stress is how great Kamloops has been,” he says. “I fully intend to stay here.”
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