On Dec. 12, 2019, Center for Healing & Hope Executive Director Bryan Mierau submitted his resignation to the Board of Directors and it was accepted. Bryan will leave his position at the end of the month. The Board is in the process of hiring an interim executive director, who is expected to begin work in January 2020. A search committee will recommend a new executive director next year.

In his letter of resignation, Bryan wrote to the board, “It truly has been a rewarding experience for me to match personal mission with that of the Center for Healing & Hope. I have worked alongside many amazing volunteers, board members, and staff, together accomplishing much toward the ‘common good’ in our community. I wish you God’s blessings as you lead the organization into what lies ahead.”

The CHH Board has thanked Bryan for his three years of service as executive director and is making plans to appropriately honor him for advancing the center’s mission of providing “medical and advocacy services in a Christ-like manner to meet people’s needs in our community.”

The Board believes the mission and vision of CHH are stronger than ever and the Board, staff, and volunteers committed to ensuring the Center continues to play a transformative role in the lives of our patients and clients by providing excellent medical care and immigration related services and advocacy.