CODAC Welcomes New Board Members

CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness, Inc. is pleased to welcome two new members to its Board of Directors.
 
Emily Jenkins, JD – Emily Jenkins, JD is currently a consultant in health care, nonprofit and association management following 12 years as President/CEO of the Arizona Council of Human Service Providers. She has worked in the health field for much of her professional life, including 14 years at Tucson Medical Center. An attorney, Ms. Jenkins has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Arizona and a Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University. In 2019, Ms. Jenkins received the Visionary Leadership Award from the National Council for Behavioral Health.
 
“I have family members with behavioral health disorders,” says Ms. Jenkins. “It has provided me with firsthand knowledge of the needs of persons with mental illness and a passion for ensuring that services are available to them. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and experience to aid CODAC and the Tucson community.”

Victoria Rubio, SHRM-CP – Victoria Rubio, SHRM-CP is the Human Resources Manager at Comcast NBC Universal in Tucson, AZ and has more than 15 years of experience in the Human Resources field.  Ms. Rubio received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management with a Specialization in Human Resources from the University of Arizona Eller College of Management and is pursuing her Master of Science from University of Texas at Dallas. She is a Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional and a Prosci Change Management Practitioner. Ms. Rubio is also on the Board of Directors for the Tucson Hispanic Chamber.
 
Ms. Rubio enjoys spending time with family, photography of the beautiful Arizona landscape, U of A sports, and is an avid fan of the Chicago Cubs and Bears!
 
“Joining the Board of such a caring and transformational organization like CODAC is an honor,” says Ms. Rubio. “I appreciate CODAC’s focus on caring for ‘the whole you’ and its person-centered programs. I look forward to seeing and contributing to the continued work and expansion of services offered, and the impact they will have in our community.”
 
CODAC provides a full continuum of integrated care for adults living with mental illness, substance use disorders, and trauma. With eight treatment locations and more than 300 staff, CODAC services over 15,000 individuals and families every year. More information at www.CODAC.org.