Key Human Services, our subsidiary in Connecticut that has provided service for people with disability for 30 years, welcomed Elizabeth Weiblen as the new President and CEO. She brings valuable experience in designing, developing, and directing high-performing community-based programs and services, and is recognized as a leader in the field.

Jenny Laurita, Chairman of the Board of Key Human Services said, "Liz has an impressive reputation in the Connecticut nonprofit community. Her appointment highlights our organizational focus on growth, creating deeper connections with our partners and stakeholders, increasing advocacy for people with disability, and furthering our long commitment to encouraging growth and meaningful life choices for the people we support."

Charles J. Hooker, President and CEO of parent organization Keystone Human Services (KHS) said, "The entire KHS community from around the world joins together to welcome Liz to her new role. We look forward to working with her as we advance our mission to create inclusive communities, change lives, and build a better world."