MFS names its new  chief operating officer

Monadnock Family Services, a nonprofit agency dedicated to treating individuals with mental health issues, has recently named Katherine Cook as the agency’s new chief operating officer. Cook brings over 15 years experience in the field of behavioral health services, and most recently served as director of Child and Family Services at the agency.

As chief operating officer, Cook has responsibility for the day-to-day leadership and operations of all agency programs and services. She will also oversee regulatory aspects of all services, and will assure clinical quality of all programs and administrative functions that are critical to operations.

“The staff and I are extremely pleased to name Katherine as our new chief operating officer,” says Phil Wyzik, CEO. “Her broad experience as both a talented clinician and administrator made her the ideal candidate for this key position in the agency.”

Cook has a bachelor’s degree in social work from Cleveland State University and a Master of Social Science Administration degree from Case Western Reserve University. She also completed a certificate program in Primary Care Behavioral Health at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Monadnock Family Services, headquartered in Keene with offices in Peterborough, Walpole and Winchester, provides individual and family counseling to the residents of the Monadnock area and operates programs for the State of New Hampshire.

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