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Clean Recovery Centers Adds Director of Human Resources and Compliance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

May 11, 2021 – Michelle Micharski, an experienced Human Resource professional has joined the leadership team of Clean Recovery Centers.

“Michelle comes on board as our Director of Human Resources and Compliance, a key position for our growth,” Shayne Sundholm, CEO noted. “She has experience in both the profit and non-profit sectors and has a keen awareness and understanding of HR functions, strategy and business development.”

“She has experience in both the profit and non-profit sectors and has a keen awareness and understanding of HR functions, strategy and business development.”

Shayne Sundholm

CEO, Clean Recovery Centers

Prior to joining Clean Recovery Centers, she spent nearly four years as Director of HR and Administration at St. Andrews School in Boca Raton, Florida and several years at Acadia Healthcare in Tampa, Florida.

Michelle is a graduate of Rider University, New Jersey with a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management as well as Management and Leadership.

Clean Recovery Centers is a leader in in providing innovative solutions and dedicated care to those in recovery. For more information, contact Clean Recovery Centers in Tampa at 888-386-8654 or www.cleanrecoverycenters.com.

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