Adult & Teen Challenge is excited to announce that Rebecca Mitchell has accepted the role of Director of Development. Mitchell comes to ATC from the Walter Hoving Home in Garrison, New York where she served as center director. Mitchell has over ten years experience leading women centers and is a graduate of the program. “Her field experience, combined with her passion for executive leadership, will be a tremendous addition to our HQ office,” said Gary Blackard, President & CEO of Adult & Teen Challenge.
Mitchell is optimistic about the future of Adult & Teen Challenge. “It’s an honor and a privilege to be joining the team. I look forward to being a part of the great work at ATC!”
Jaimie Trussell, the previous Chief Development Officer at the National Office, has been given the opportunity to lead as the Chief Executive Officer at a local non-profit ministry in Springfield, MO. “Please join me in congratulating both of these great leaders and pray for them as God positions each for such a time as this,” said Blackard.
About Adult & Teen Challenge
With more than 200 residential centers within the US and Canada, Adult & Teen Challenge (ATC) is a faith-based non-profit headquartered in Ozark, Missouri. Its mission is to provide adults & teens freedom from addiction and other life-controlling issues through Christ-centered solutions. Through effective discipleship, mentoring, and life-skills training, ATC and its affiliates have seen positive outcomes and radical life-transformation throughout its sixty-year history.