BY CAROL MARBIN MILLER, CMARBIN@MIAMIHERALD.COM
The Broward House board of directors then voted to grant McGuigan a severance package — the details of which members declined to disclose.
Mark Budwig, the board’s president, said McGuigan was very emotional when he announced his resignation, which took effect “immediately.” He will be replaced in an interim basis by Stacy Hyde, the chief operating officer, who has been at Broward House for nine years.
Broward House news release:
Fort Lauderdale, FL - November 9, 2012 – The Broward House Board of Directors today announced that they have accepted the resignation of CEO and President Michael McGuigan effective immediately.
Stepping into an interim role of Chief Executive Officer at Broward House will be long time Broward House employee, and current Chief Operating Officer, Stacy Hyde. Hyde has demonstrated her commitment to the Broward House staff, clients and programs for the past nine years by serving as Director of Case Management, Director of Behavioral Health, Senior Director of Residential Programs, Senior Director of Contracts & Performance Management and most recently in the position of COO. Her career in serving the Broward County community began after obtaining her Masters in Social Work from Florida International University.
She came to Broward House with experience directly serving the community as a case manager, therapist and program manager with at risk populations, including youth at risk for gang activity, adult substance abuse, and those impacted by HIV/AIDS. Throughout her career, Ms. Hyde has actively participated in community networks striving to impact the continuum of care for those in need of support. Her commitment to the HIV/AIDS community has been evident in her day to day efforts at Broward House, as well as participation in events, such as the Florida AIDS Walk, World AIDS Day and The SMART Ride.
Broward House is South Florida’s oldest and largest HIV/AIDS community service organization with 15 locations and providing a myriad of service up to and including medical care and housing to over 6,000 women, children, men and families living with or at risk for the disease.