Welcome To The Team
Denise joins CAPSEA’s leadership team as the new Direct Services Supervisor.
Denise joins CAPSEA’s leadership team as the new Direct Services Supervisor. The role was recently created as part of CAPSEA’s strategic efforts to improve and grow the resources that it provides the Elk and Cameron County communities.
“I am super excited to become a part of the CAPSEA team. My hometown is RIdgway and I understand how essential CAPSEA is for our community members.
When I heard that this organization was seeking a supervisor to support their staff and assist the Executive Director I knew I had to pursue this opportunity. It was the first time since beginning my social service career that I felt a position was special enough to consider a career move.
My background is working in mental health and case management for over 26 years with the same agency. Fifteen of these years were spent in a Program Director/Supervisory role. My favorite part of my past job was working diligently with my staff to provide direction and support, both individually and as a cohesive team.
The Direct Services Supervisor position is a newly created position within the CAPSEA organization. I am thrilled to be chosen to become their first DSS. I really look forward to CAPSEA’s future and our desire to expand our programs, staff and our services to our community.”
– Denise Michalowski
"Work here. Live here. Love here.
When you love the community you reside in and feel that you provide a needed, valuable service to its members, it truly is a great feeling."
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