Sound Mental Health Announces New Board Member

Contact: Steve McLean
Communications Director
(206) 302-2261

SEATTLE – Feb. 6, 2013 – Sound Mental Health (SMH), one of the most comprehensive behavioral health agencies in the state of Washington, announced the addition of Deborah G. Brockway, a long time Marketing executive, to its volunteer board of directors.

Brockway is Chief of Marketing and Promotions at the Transportation Division (King County Metro) of the King County Department of Transportation. Prior to joining the board, Brockway served on Sound Mental Health’s Community Resource Committee (CRC), a sub-committee of the board. The CRC provides support and counsel for SMH marketing and branding initiatives.

“Deborah brings more than 30 years’ experience in strategic marketing, promotions, brandbuilding and management to her role as board member, and we are honored that she has agreed to serve our organization,” said David Stone, CEO of Sound Mental Health.

About Sound Mental Health

Sound Mental Health is a private, non-profit organization that has provided a comprehensive array of mental health and related services to the King County community since 1966. Our goal is to help individuals and families achieve the highest level of independence and (mental) health possible. Services are tailored to meet the unique needs of different age, disability and cultural/ethnic groups. To learn more, visit www.smh.org.