HAVEN CEO leaving

BTL Staff
By | 2011-03-12T09:00:00-04:00 March 12th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Hedy Nuriel, President and CEO of HAVEN, Oakland County’s center for the prevention and treatment of domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse, is leaving. Nuriel was hired in 1992 and lead the agency for eleven years.
Under Nuriel’s administration, HAVEN grew from an organization with a $1 million budget and a staff of 43 to a $3.7 million organization with a staff of over 80 professionals.
Featured as the Best Managed Non-Profit in Crain’s Detroit Business in 1998,
HAVEN’s programs educate the community and empower survivors of three horrible crimes. Nuriel has been a leader in raising awareness and communicating the message that abuse is wrong, happens every day, affects all of us, and must be stopped. Beth Morrison, current Vice President of Programs, will serve as Interim President and CEO.
Nuriel will join La Leche League International in Chicago as their executive director and looks forward to promoting the benefits of breast feeding and support of nursing mothers world wide.

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