Albertson Joins Monarch as Regional Director
Albertson is enthusiastic about her future at Monarch, “I am honored and thrilled to be a part of the Monarch team. Monarch’s values and vision mirror my own and enable me to do what I do best – help others. I look forward to continued excellence in provider services and community connections and growing the organization by reaching more people across the state.”
With her keen sense of fiscal responsibility and a thorough understanding of person-centered practices, Albertson will be an asset to Monarch. Her diversified background in both the public and private sector has provided her with a thorough understanding of the systems and procedures involving state and agency relations. She will serve as a leader for Monarch staff and will educate and manage personnel. The people who will benefit the most by the addition of Albertson are the people supported by Monarch. Her creative programs and planning will create new opportunities and help more people achieve their dreams.
Albertson brings more than 20 years of experience in Human Services with an extensive background in case management, habilitative program planning, healthcare, and marketing. In previous roles, she has served as Regional Director for Universal and Director at Howell Support Services. She has also worked at Duplin-Sampson Mental Health Center and Wayne County Mental Health Center. Albertson has also been an active board member of the North Carolina Provider Council – www.ncproviderscouncil.org. She is also a member of the FARO Conference Committee – www.ncfaro.org.
Albertson is passionate about community service. As a result of her contributions in Mount Olive, she has received the Mount Olive Jaycee Distinguish Service Award. Albertson holds a BS degree in Psychology from Mount Olive College in North Carolina.
Monarch provides support and resources to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness, and substance abuse issues throughout North Carolina. Monarch is a nonprofit and is an affiliated chapter of The Arc of North Carolina and The Arc of the United States. To learn more about how Monarch helps “dreams take flight” for people living in our communities, please call 1-800-230-7525 or visit online at www.MonarchNC.org.