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October 12, 2011 at 11:48 AM

DSHS Secretary Susan Dreyfus leaving for new job in Wisconsin

Department of Social and Health Services Secretary Susan Dreyfus is leaving to become president and CEO of Milwaukee-based Families International, Inc.

Dreyfus took over DSHS in May 2009. She worked for Families International before coming to Washington.

The governor sent out a statement on Wednesday saying Dreyfus will continue to head DSHS through the special legislative session that begins Nov. 28 and will go to her new job in January.

Families International, Inc. is the parent organization for the Alliance for Children and Families, United Neighborhood Centers of America, Ways to Work and one for-profit company, FEI Behavioral Health.

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