NORTHAMPTON — ServiceNet, a leading nonprofit mental-health and human-services agency based in Northampton, is announced the promotion of two leaders in its Developmental and Brain Injury Services (DBIS) division.
Shawn Robinson, formerly director of Vocational Services and Prospect Meadow Farm in Hatfield, has been appointed vice president of Vocational Services & Day Programs. Robinson, who has worked with ServiceNet since 2011, was recognized in 2023 as the Daily Hampshire Gazette’s Person of the Year and also received a Black Excellence on the Hill Award from the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus.
Mike Lalak, a former senior director of Operations in the DBIS division, has been appointed vice president of DBIS Residential Services. Lalak first came to ServiceNet in 2012 as a program director and quickly rose through the ranks. He currently oversees 58 of ServiceNet’s residential programs across Western Mass.
“These promotions mark an important turning point for ServiceNet,” said Abbas Hamdan, senior vice president of DBIS. “I have every confidence that Mike and Shawn will continue to drive our mission and continuing growth to still new heights.”