BRC Recovery Family of Programs announced that Ruth Ann Rigby, CRS, former Director of Business Development at Capstone Treatment Center, is joining the organization as Chief Development Officer.
Rigby was recently recognized by a resolution from Gov. Phil Bryant for her dedication to fighting for those caught in addiction. She was recognized nationally at the 2018 Admissions and Marketing Symposium with the Silver Shoe Award. In 2008, she was appointed by Gov. Haley Barbour to serve on the Mississippi Drug Court Advisory Board.
Rigby has served on the board of numerous community organizations, church leadership committees, and behavioral health associations such as the Mississippi Association of Drug Court Professionals, Central Mississippi Chapter of the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependency, Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals, American Diabetes Association, National Alliance for Mental Illness (Mississippi Chapter) and National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.
She serves on the Advisory Board for the Center for Hope and Healing at Broadmoor Baptist Church. Rigby, along with her husband Lt. (Ret) Joseph Rigby, are cofounders of a 501c3 nonprofit organization called First Responders of Mississippi.
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