PAULA MITCHELL ANNOUNCED NEW COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP COORDINATOR AT CHILD HEALTH INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP
ROANOKE, VA (Dec. 1 , 2017) — Child Health Investment Partnership (CHIP) of Roanoke Valley is pleased to announce its recent hire of Paula Mitchell. She will be joining the organization as the community partnership coordinator, a role responsible for collaborating with community members, local business partners and volunteers to develop opportunities for more enrollment in the program and finding potential donors. Mitchell is also serving her second term as chair of the State Board for the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.
“I am proud to be part of this organization because of its vision and mission for our region,” Mitchell said. “With the leadership of this organization, the board and the community support, it is a very exciting and fulfilling place to be.”
Mitchell comes to Child Health Investment Partnership with a handful of valuable experience in behavioral health services. Mitchell received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia and an MBA from Averett University. Prior to joining Child Health Investment Partnership, Mitchell held a position of Vice President for Rehabilitation Services and Behavioral Health Services until 2009 when she filled the role of Vice President for the Behavioral Health Service line for the four HCA hospitals in Southwest Virginia.
“I feel like I have come home being here at Child Health Investment Partnership,” Mitchell stated in reference to her new position.
Throughout her career, Mitchell has volunteered with many non-profit organizations in the Roanoke Valley. She is able to utilize her experience in healthcare, volunteerism, and in non-profit boards to help Child Health Investment Partnership continue its stellar mission. Mitchell shares the vision, mission and above all, the core values of nonprofit.
For more information, please contact Robin Haldiman at (540) 857 – 6993, email email@example.com or visit the Child Health Investment Partnership website at chiprv.org.