On January 31, 2020, at the annual staff celebration dinner, Julie Gerndt, Board of Directors Chair Person, proudly announced that Randy Morrow has been selected as the new Chief Executive Officer of Sunshine House (SHI).
Randy began his tenure with Sunshine House in June of 2019. He held the role as Chief Operating Officer while the Board of Directors reviewed a highly qualified pool of applicants for the position. Julie explained “there was one resume that quickly rose to the top of the pile, and the experience this person possessed was a great fit for our organization and the path we want to lay for our foreseeable future.”
In his prior role as COO at Sunshine House, Randy quickly gained the trust and respect of his teammates and provided valuable insight into the development and execution of strategic planning throughout the organization.
“I am extremely honored to have been selected as the next CEO and I am grateful to be part of an organization with such a powerful mission,” Morrow explained. “Plus, to be surrounded by a team of individuals that strive every day to provide such care for our clients, it is truly a blessing,”
The team at Sunshine House is excited and happy for Randy and looks forward to working with him to grow the organization and continue our mission in support of the Door County Community.
About Sunshine House, Inc.
Sunshine House Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization started by parents in Door County in 1971. The Sunshine House Mission is to achieve full participation in society of people with special needs.
Since its inception, Sunshine House Inc. has been providing services to Door County’s citizens with special needs and disabilities. Each individual who participates in the services offered at Sunshine house Inc. has a unique program designed to meet each individual’s requirements. Circumstances that may have affected an individual include: developmental disability, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, early-onset Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, other neurological disorders and brain trauma.
Direct care services are available to individuals with more intense personal needs and, along with day services, offer opportunities for community outings and a variety of development and recreational experiences as well as prevocational skills opportunities.