NAMI-Juneau hires new executive director

NAMI-Juneau hires new executive director

The National Alliance on Mental Illness- Juneau named a new executive director Friday, according to a release from the organization.

Kathryn “Katie” Chapman will oversee NAMI-Juneau’s current programs, and work with other community health organizations, the release states.

Chapman earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alaska Southeast and a Master of Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She worked as a counselor and case worker prior to taking this position.

Chapman replaces Jenny Alsup, who took a position with the Juneau School District.

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