(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth (LNFY) is excited to introduce Ashley Robinson as the new Volunteer and Development Coordinator. Ashley brings with her years of non-profit experience, including volunteer training and management, and creative donor engagement strategies. In addition to her experience working in the non-profit field, Ashley has served on the board of several performing arts non-profits. From 2012-2015 she managed and served on the board of Opera on Tap Atlanta, a non-profit that seeks to expand opera audiences by offering performances in unconventional spaces. She currently serves on the board of A Travѐs, a nonprofit that presents Flamenco arts through performance and education.
Lost-n-Found Youth is an Atlanta-based nonprofit (501c3) that exists to end homelessness for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer (LGBTQ+) and all sexual minority youth.
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(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth (LNFY) has just concluded a national search for a new Director of Programs. The search resulted in the selection of veteran nonprofit manager and community leader Ernest Walker. Mr Walker comes to us from the District of Columbia and brings 15 years of progressive leadership experience in public policy development, financial and program management, advocacy, and coalition building. In his role as Director of Programs Mr. Walker will report directly to the Board of Directors. He will collaborate with Director of Operations, Nasheedah Bynes-Muhammad to provide executive leadership for the organization. “We’ve worked for the last two years to build LNFY’s fiscal and procedural infrastructure on the operations side of things. We’ve brought Mr. Walker in to do that work on the programmatic side. LNFY is a rapidly growing organization and putting wheels on a moving train ain’t easy, but he is the guy for it,” said Ms. Muhammad.
(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth is pleased to announce the election of Michael Rupert, Business Support Manager at Bank of America, to its Board of Directors. Mr. Rupert leads employee engagement efforts for 11,000 employees in the Chief Technology Organization, including management of the onboarding program for all new employees. In his 23 years at the bank, Mr. Rupert has developed expertise in financial management, by supervising a 40 million dollar budget and driving projects which saved over 1 million dollars. For much of his career, Mr. Rupert has worked in technology and operations, enabling him to leverage technology in the furtherance of organizational goals...
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