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Saturday May 23rd, 2015 6:21AM

Gateway board of directors announced

By Staff
GAINESVILLE - Gateway Domestic Violence Center welcomed its new board during the first yearly meeting recently, including seven new members.

The board is composed of volunteer leaders representative of the Hall County community.

​"Domestic Violence is a community issue," says Jessica Butler, executive director at Gateway. "This is why we try to recruit board members, from all walks of life, that represent the composition of our area, have a broad range of expertise to help fulfill and support our mission and have a passion for what we do. From attorneys and judges, to law enforcement officials and accountants, concerned citizens and medical professionals, our board works together to provide invaluable guidance, vision and insight to the staff."
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The 2014 board of directors:

Loveanne Addison
Rachel Greene Ayers
Larry Baldwin
Amy Boyd
Lynn Carter
Sally Clark
Susan J. Daniell
Bert Dillon
Jenny Floyd
Cheryl Forrester
T. Loren Funk
Kristi Griffin
Heather Casey Hollimon
Brian Kelly
Kathy Lamon
Jamila Leavell
Kelly Lee
Tami Lee
Brenda Matthews
Mary Meadows
Sherree Moss
Jan Mundy
Karen Owens
Mary Stanford
Carol J. Shirley
Anthony C. Shope
Jeff Strickland
Vanessa Sykes
Susanne Stribling- Turner
Kaylee Welch
Jennifer Westbrook
Keith Whitaker
Tiffany Whitmire


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