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Triangle Foundation grows, seeks to expand staff

By |2018-01-16T10:45:16-05:00September 7th, 2006|News|

DETROIT – On Aug. 31, the Triangle Foundation announced the addition of two new staff positions: director of victim services and director of communications.
According to Director of Policy Sean Kosofsky, additional funding has made it possible for the LGBT advocacy organization to add the two new positions.
“We’re growing the Anti-Violence Project services,” Kosofsky said, as well as adding the communications positions.
Crystal Witt will remain Triangle’s victim advocate, Kosofsky said.
For more information on the open positions or Triangle’s work on behalf of the LGBT community visit www.tri.org.

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