Our Amazing Board
Triumph is blessed with a Board of Directors who understand and are connected to the very core of Triumph’s Mission: Where hope and new life become possible. Many of our Board Members have become part of our very legacy through the years because they believe in helping families and individuals find recovery and health.
How You Can Help
We are in search of another board member! Come join an amazing team offering hope, and helping new life become possible.
We take pride in our history, for it is the foundation of our future and long standing tradition of our commitment to a better health.
If you also yearn for an opportunity to give back and support our organization through service on the Triumph Board of Directors, please contact Theresa Adkison, CSO firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Board Members
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Pam has served on the Board of Directors for over 25 years. She is a retired Professor Emerita at Heritage University. Triumph was there for her when she’s needed help and now she’s doing her part in helping Triumph be available to others.
Why be on the board? I was invited by a friend who I admire for her attitude of service. I wanted to learn more about how to help a population of people that I have worked with for many years in my profession but have always felt helpless to offer them any real solutions to the problems they encounter.
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Rigoberto believes that Triumph gives opportunity for individuals to get their life back. The mission to help provide this for the vulnerable is life changing. He is blessed to play a role in a life changing agency.
The long lasting effects of alcohol abuse are close to home for Bob Massong, whose son passed from complications after a tragic drunk driving accident. This deeply affected Bob, and he joined Triumph’s Board in order to help others.
Michael K. Burke
Michael has been on the board for 7 months, and in Yakima for 33 years. He is an advisor/coordinator for the CD Program at YVC. He is involved with Triumph to continue advocacy for the field of CD.
Robert is a 43-year resident of the Yakima valley and has been with the board of directors for over 20 years. He got Involved with Triumph because he believes they provide exemplary services in drug and alcohol treatment and wants to continue helping his community.