Spencer, Iowa — The President & CEO of Seasons Center for Behavioral Health, Kim Scorza, has submitted her resignation effective August 31st, according to a release from Seasons Center. Scorza has agreed to stay on as a consultant through the end of this year, to ensure a smooth transition.
Scorza has accepted the CEO position at Crittenton Center in Sioux City. Scorza says her heart and passion have always been serving children and their families. Accepting the Crittenton Center’s offer will allow her to focus all of her attention on serving children.
Scorza has led Seasons Center for the last 11-1/2 years. She was instrumental in developing and helping to shape Autumn’s Center and Camp Autumn.
Dan Ries, Seasons Center’s VP of Finance, accepted the appointment of interim CEO, according to the release. The Board will work closely with Kim, Dan and the rest of the Seasons Leadership Team to ensure staff, and Seasons Center as a whole, have the support and direction needed to continue to provide high-quality care in our communities during this time of transition.