Mirror, Inc. President/CEO to Retire in December
June 18, 2015 - Mirror Inc. Board of Directors announced today that President/CEO Beverly Metcalf will retire at the end of the year.
A Kansas native, Metcalf has served Mirror Inc. for nearly 37 years. She joined the organization as a substance abuse counselor in 1979 and assumed the top job in 1980. During Mecalf’s tenure, Mirror Inc. has grown into one of the largest facilities of its kind in Kansas, offering integrated behavioral healthcare services in over 20 locations statewide.
“We appreciate the leadership Bev has provided for Mirror during her tenure,” said Janis Whitfield, current president of the Mirror, Inc. board of directors. “She has been a tremendous asset to our board, our staff, and the clients and communities we serve. She leaves big shoes to fill, but we wish her the best as she begins her retirement.”
The board will begin the recruitment process immediately with the goal of having the new CEO in place on October 1st. The new hire will then begin orientation and training, working directly with Metcalf until she retires in December.
“I have enjoyed a satisfying career with Mirror. I appreciate the dedicated efforts of our board and staff at ensuring our clients receive the best care possible,” said Metcalf. “I’ll miss working with the Mirror team, our partners and our stakeholders, but I look forward to retirement with my husband, Pat.”
Mirror, Inc. was established in 1972, and is a not-for-profit, private corporation providing community health and human services to people in need. Mirror offers integrated behavioral healthcare and community-based correctional re-entry programs in over 20 communities across the state of Kansas.
Mirror's mission is that through broad-based partnerships, we will provide substance
abuse prevention and treatment, correctional, and other community health and human services to people in
Our success can be directly attributed to a partnership of our Board of Directors,
our staff, and the communities we serve. Mirror, Inc. board members are leaders
from all walks of the community coming together to represent those we serve. You
will find our dedicated staff to be recognized leaders in the addictions and corrections
fields. Hand in hand, we work with the community as a proud agency of the Harvey
County United Way and as volunteers for many local and state boards and agencies.