We are very excited to announce a new position and a new member of our team. Jason Armstrong, a long time volunteer and board member, has recently accepted a role as the Chief Executive Officer of Something New. Jason has extensive experience in the medical field. He started his career as an ER nurse in some of the poorest cities in America and has grown into a top business development executive for a large national medical provider. His experience is vast, and while he has a knack for spreadsheets and numbers, his heart has always remained with the people.
He and his wife Becca (who has served as our Executive Director for the past two years), have always had hearts for adventure. They relocated from their home in Colorado over 10 years ago to help build our flagship program in Selma, Alabama and have since moved to Atlanta, Georgia as our focus shifted to work with refugees and immigrants. Before that they both traveled extensively and have worked with people all over the world.
That’s why when the Nuevo Camino program began to take shape, we felt Jason would be a huge asset to our leadership group. He has a big vision and an even bigger heart, see his bio here! He and his partner in life, Becca, will now partner to help take Something New into new territory once again. And we can’t think of a better team to get us there!