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Mirror, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Carlos Wriedt as its new Vice President of Finance. Mr. Wriedt has a background in both financial management and counseling. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Most recently he has managed the financial and human resource functions for the Substance Abuse Center of Kansas.

“Carlos brings a strong background in finance and a familiarity with Kansas-based substance use disorder treatment. He is familiar with most of Mirror’s funding sources,” said Mirror CEO Barth Hague. “I’m delighted to have someone of Carlos’ expertise on the Mirror team.”

Prior to his work with the Substance Abuse Center, Mr. Wriedt was a management consultant for Higher Ground, a substance abuse treatment program in Wichita. He has background in international banking and finance. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Wichita Symphony Orchestra and is a former board president for the International Baccalaureate Parent’s Association at East High School, Wichita.

As Vice President of Finance at Mirror he will oversee financial operations and the annual audit process, guide the Board of Directors regarding Mirror’s investment portfolio and serve as a consultant on financial matters to the company’s management team.

Since 1972, Mirror has been empowering people to rise above their personal challenges to become their best selves. Today, this organization is a major provider of substance abuse prevention and treatment in the state of Kansas, and the largest single provider of programs for drug offenders. Mirror operates three residential re-entry centers, four residential treatment centers and 11 outpatient treatment programs across Kansas.