Search underway for new Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County executive director
May 25, 2017
Boys & Girls Clubs of Weld County officials have begun searching for a new executive director following the mysterious departure of Todd Bale earlier this month.
A news release from the clubs' Board of Directors on Wednesday announced Bale left the position May 5. However, the release provided no further details about the reasons for his departure and officials refused to provide additional comment.
During the search for a new executive director, the board appointed an interim leadership team consisting of the clubs' Director of Program Services Emily Stanfill, Director of Administration Heather Henry and Director of Operations Gus Mircos.
Bale took over as director in 2013, according to the release. His achievements include opening a new club in Fort Lupton, launching a summer program in Eaton and launching a groundbreaking Family Support Services program at Weld clubs through a partnership with North Range Behavioral Health.
"Myself and my family are forever grateful to have called Weld County home," Bale said in the release. "I am humbly appreciative to have had the opportunity to serve such a wonderful and vitally important community organization as the Boys & Girls Clubs. We leave it at its 54-year, high-water mark."