116 3rd St SE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401
IOWA CITY — CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank has named a new executive director.
According to a press release, Sarah Nelson will join CommUnity on May 10. Her 20-year career has included work in child welfare, criminal justice, crisis services and youth services, according to the press release.
“As an Iowa City native, I couldn’t be more excited to join the team at CommUnity to continue their strong legacy of service for individuals and families who need caring, compassionate and practical support,” Nelson said in a statement. “As we come out of the pandemic, we know that mental health and economic concerns will continue to be prevalent for many families in our community, making the services that CommUnity offers more critical than ever.”
Nelson is succeeding Becci Reedus, who is retiring next month after 13 years as executive director.
Comments: (319) 339-3155; firstname.lastname@example.org