Denison, IA (March 18, 2022) – WESCO Industries’ Human Resource Director, Brittany Webb, has worked for the Denison, Iowa, non-profit for over ten years. Because of her dedication to working full-time for a non-profit for a decade, Webb was able to qualify for the Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program and had 100% of her student loans forgiven. The entire WESCO team is proud of her commitment to this line of work.
Before beginning her career as the Human Resource Director, Brittany came to WESCO after graduating from Iowa State University in 2010. As Human Resource Director at WESCO, Webb focuses on vital aspects of the non-profit such as benefits, leadership development, diversity, employee relations, employee development, and staffing. But Webb has played an essential part of the team in various roles within the organization. She graduated from Iowa State University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Child, Adult, and Family Services. After receiving her diploma, she began her career at WESCO as a Contract Team lead, working one-on-one with WESCO individuals. Webb quickly moved into the role of Quality Assurance Coordinator, where she oversaw necessary documentation, from individuals’ service notes to WESCO’s Annual Report and more. After four years in that position, Webb transitioned into the role of Human Resources in 2014.
“This couldn’t have happened to a more deserving person,” said Clay Adams, Executive Director of WESCO Industries. “Brittany has been a key difference-maker to our organization as a whole, the individuals we serve, and to our team. We are very proud of her hard work being recognized in this way.”
WESCO is one of the leading employers in Crawford County. Offering some of the most fulfilling employment opportunities, each staff member plays a crucial part in improving the lives of the individuals by providing services such as safety, housekeeping, finances, communication, employment, socialization, transportation, wellness, and more. With such comprehensive services for those with special needs and disabilities, individuals have discovered newfound independence in their everyday lives.
The organization has employment opportunities available and encourages those looking to join a dedicated team and start a fulfilling career to visit WeAreWESCO.com.
Established in 1966, WESCO Industries began its journey of providing community services by as- sisting a handful of individuals in Denison, Iowa. Since its founding, the non-profit company has transformed into one of the leading providers of disability services in Iowa, assisting nearly 150 individuals and employing over 100 dedicated professionals. Driven by the mission of ‘Empowering and Supporting People in Healthy Communities,’ WESCO Industries continues to expand services and programs to attain its goal of changing the lives of others.