After serving over four years as the executive director of the Gloucester-Mathews Humane Society, Nichola Redmond has tendered her resignation to take a similar position in another state. She leaves with high accolades from the organization’s board of directors.
“Nichola has been instrumental in positioning GMHS as a leader in animal welfare and has truly transformed the organization,” said Steve Bland, president of the organization’s board of directors. During the interim, current key staff members will manage the executive director’s responsibilities as the board conducts its search to fill the position.
With more than a century of history, the GMHS has its roots in animal advocacy. Today, it is firmly established as a beacon for animal welfare, Bland said. He said this is largely due to Redmond’s leadership and a board that embraced her vision.
“Nichola always brought us back to our mission,” said Richard Crowder, who was the board&...
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