At the recent board retreat, the Awareness Washington County Board of Directors unanimously voted to hire Deni Stempowski for the position of Executive Director.

Stempowski, formerly from northern Ohio, has been a resident of Washington County for seven years. She works for the Sheriff's Department as a dispatcher and computer administrator.

Stempowski said, "I am a proud graduate of the class of 2019!  It is truly an honor to become the Executive Director of such a wonderful organization that strives to better Washington County through Servant Leadership!"

Co-directors of the adult class Cheryl Lee and Marji Morris will continue in that position, facilitating adult class sessions.

Among her duties as Executive Director is the recruitment of new class members. Stempowski, Lee, and Morris encourage anyone who lives in or works in Washington County to contact them at info@awarenesswashingtoncounty.org or 812-896-1930 to arrange an informational meeting.

Pictured: AWC President Amanda Bills welcomes new Executive Director Deni Stempowski with a cake to celebrate her new position.

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