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Willow Domestic Violence Center names new leader (access required)

Willow Domestic Violence Center has tapped a five-year veteran of the nonprofit as its new leader. Meaghan Lacey de Chateauvieux had for three months shared interim leadership responsibility with Mike Dedee, director of operations, and Marie Viavattine, director of programs & services, prior to being named president and CEO on Tuesday. De Chateauvieux joined Willow in 2013 ...
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