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Warren to resign as collaborative director in June

For 10 years, Wendy Warren has served ScrevenCounty as its Community Collaborative executive director. Warren, however, will relinquish her role as she has announced her resignation effective June 30.

Warren said her decision to step down by the end of next month was so she could spend more time with her family. She is married to ScrevenCountyHigh School principal Brett Warren and the couple has three sons.

The search for Warren’s successor already has begun.

“For this job, it takes somebody who is outgoing, who works well with different groups of people and who has knowledge of grants and being a non-profit agency,” Warren said.

The position, according to the published advertisement, requires a person with strong leadership skills in coordinating community collaboration and devising inter-agency strategies. A successful candidate, the job listing reads, must possess good verbal and written communication skills, write grants, be able to assume fiscal responsibility for administration of grants and have a strong commitment to improving the lives of families and children in ScrevenCounty.

A bachelor’s degree is preferred and experience in the coordination of services desirable. A competitive salary is based on experience. Applications can be turned in executive board members Dorothy Glisson or Mary Robbins.

Warren said the job is demanding, yet rewarding. The collaborative is a community-based initiative that addresses barriers families. Those obstacles may include economic, educational, living or parenting setbacks.

The director also works in tandem with Communities In Schools, youth development and workforce initiatives, she said.

“You are planting a seed and if that seed,” said Warren of the initiatives to bolster the quality of life for Screven Countians. “You have to decide what is a ‘need’ and what is a ‘want.’”

Warren said she plans to remain active in the community.

“Of course, I still want to work with the community in any way I can,” she said.