(Louisville, KY) - GRACESHIP owner Emily Gimmel is the newest member of the Board of Directors for Seven Counties,Inc. The founder of Louisville based briefcase company, GRACESHIP, will be helping Seven Counties Services fulfill its mission to provide a healthy community to individuals and families who have been affected by addiction, abuse, mental illness, and developmental disabilities. Gimmel is the youngest member of the Board of Directors and is joining four other officers and seventeen board members.
As a member of Seven Counties Services Board of Directors, Gimmel will serve as an advocate for those facing health and behavioral problems. The non-profit group provides services to over 32,000 individuals each year and assist over 55,000 callers through its Hope Now Hotline. Emily Gimmel has the ability to help improve on many aspects of the organization. In 2013, over 200 individuals were helped with the Supports for Community Living waiver, which helped to provide housing for those with intellectual and mental disabilities, and over 110 public schools were provided counselors through the Seven Counties school-based program.
With GRACESHIP, Emily Gimmel has shown the motivation in providing excellent business and for serving customer needs. From just an idea to now reaching all around the globe, GRACESHIP is only the beginning. Gimmel is excited to be joining Seven Counties Services, and working to improve mental health and wellness throughout Kentucky.
ABOUT GRACESHIP - GRACESHIP is a global line of beautifully crafted laptop briefcases. Designed with the modern professional female in mind, the products combine the style of a purse with functionality to safely carry digital devices. Inspired by the style and spirit of owner and designer Emily Gimmel, GRACESHIP gives women of all ages a stylish alternative to carrying computers. GRACESHIP is available worldwide at www.thegraceship.com and in select boutiques.