Beverly Watson celebrates retirement from Inner Harbour Campus

beverly watson eventBeverly Watson recently celebrated her retirement from the Inner Harbour Campus after serving Youth Villages for 36 years. She has worked in various roles and departments, including switch board operator, medical records, administrative assistant, intake/social service coordinator, director of admissions, managed care contracting and marketing/agency relations. She most recently served as a regional representative in the marketing department at Inner Harbour.

Beverly’s family, former and current co-workers, board members and referral sources attended a retirement party at the Inner Harbour Campus to celebrate Watson’s career. Some referral sources traveled from as far as four hours away to attend. Judge Peggy Walker, Ron Scroggy, Cynthia Odom and others shared great stories and congratulatory words during the event. The Inner Harbour Campus dedicated one of the rocking chairs located on the Hewell Building porch in honor of Watson and she was showered with other gifts from staff and attendees.

“Beverly has traveled the entire state of Georgia and beyond marketing Inner Harbour programs and services and has played a key role in guiding hundreds of Georgia families to appropriate care for their youth,” Marsha Stewart, assistant director of managed care and referral sources, said. “She will most certainly be missed here on the campus and among referral source offices throughout the state of Georgia. We wish her plenty of relaxing days and a prosperous life as she transitions into retirement!”

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