TUCSON, AZ (Wednesday, March 20, 2019) — Jessica Reese, Chief Clinical Officer at Tucson’s Intermountain Centers, has been named to the annual Sun Devil 100 list.
The Sun Devil Class award recognizes the achievements of alumni of Arizona State University who have demonstrated significant innovation and leadership in their chosen professions. One hundred ASU alumni are selected every year and honored by the list.
Reese, who earned a B.A. in political science in 2003 and a B.A. in sociology in 2004 from ASU, said that the mission of Intermountain Centers mirrors the ASU Charter, which emphasizes the importance of serving the public and promoting the health of the communities we live in.
“Through providing the highest quality evidence-based human services, Intermountain Centers has a daily impact on overall family, community, and state,” she said.
Reese noted that the organization provides support services to children who have autism spectrum disorder, children and adolescents who are emotionally or behaviorally challenged, adults who have been diagnosed with developmental disabilities, and other at-risk individuals.
“When looking where to center my clinical practice, I invest my time in programs and agencies that are making my community stronger, healthier, and assisting the community members to be more self-sufficient,” Reese said. “Intermountain has a data-based proven track record of implementing evidence-based clinical programming and interventions to take today’s behavioral health barriers and turn them into tomorrow’s successes.”
Reese said she is extremely proud of the part she has played at Intermountain, as well as the role that the organization has played in serving the community of Southern Arizona. “Obtaining an executive leadership role within the clinical team at Intermountain is one of my greatest career achievements,” she said. “Working at this non-profit organization, I don’t ever question if I am impacting my community in a positive way. I know Intermountain makes a difference.”
About Intermountain Centers
For more than 45 years, Intermountain Centers has been dedicated to helping at-risk individuals in Arizona communities start living self-sufficient lives. Their services include educational and transitional support services, outpatient services for children, and residential programs, such as foster care. For more information, visit intermountaincenters.org.
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