Passmore leaving as director of CT100 Club
The Chisholm Trail 100 Club’s (CT100 Club) Niki Passmore is moving on to a new career.
While Passmore will no longer be executive director of the CT100 Club, she is a lifetime member and has accepted a position of board advisor for the club.
“We know Niki will be a fantastic technology teacher and will have a positive impact at her new position just as she did the CT100 Club” said Justin Hewlett CT100 Club president.
“As the first and only executive director that the CT100 Club has ever had, it is very important to me that this club continues to thrive,” Passmore said. “I was not looking to leave CT100, but when presented the opportunity to teach and be a bigger part of my children’s education, I just could not pass the opportunity up. I am honored to become a board advisor and continue serving the club. I also will be doing everything I can to help with the transition and training of the new executive director when that happens. I want to thank the CT100 Club board for giving me the opportunity to have such a big impact on the club by being the first executive director”
The CT100 Club has formed a search committee and is accepting resumes for the full time executive director position.
The committee is taking this opportunity to update the job description in order to effectively search for the right candidate. Resumes may be submitted to Justin Hewlett via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or may be mailed to Chisholm Trail 100 Club, P.O. Box 332, Burleson, TX 76097.
Additional job information will be posted at www.CT100.org in the near future.
The Chisholm Trail 100 Club was started in 2009 when citizens of Johnson County joined together to create a non-profit organization to support the first responders of the area. The idea has spread like wildfire through both the business and private communities. The CT100 Club currently serves over 1,300 first responders in Johnson and Somervell counties as well as the city of Mansfield.
When tragedy strikes, the effects are both swift and devastating. The CT 100 Club recognizes the need to respond immediately with personal support and understanding.
Whatever the need - be it financial, advisory, or moral support, the CT 100 Club is there to ease the pain of the family of a law enforcement officer, firefighter or EMS responder injured or killed in the line of duty.