Melissa McMorries Joins Lost-n-Found Youth’s Board of Directors

Melissa McMorries Joins Lost-n-Found Youth’s Board of Directors in August 2018
(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth is pleased to announce the election of Melissa (Missi) McMorries, a partner with the law firm of Taylor English Duma LLP, to its Board of Directors. Ms. McMorries has experience in a wide variety of corporate matters ranging from mergers and acquisitions to the resolution of partner disagreements. Her work in corporate governance …

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Brian Isbell Garcia Joins Lost-n-Found Youth’s Board of Directors

Brian Isbell Garcia Joins Lost-n-Found Youth’s Board of Directors, May 2018
(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth is pleased to announce the election of Brian Isbell Garcia, a World Champion horse trainer to its Board of Directors. With over 150 titles to his name, he is respected as one of the best trainers and coaches in the nation. He and his husband Kevin have lived in Atlanta for the past 16 years, and both have a deep commitment to community, social justice, and equality issues.

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Alvin Huntspon Joins Lost-n-Found Youth’s Board of Directors

Alvin Huntspon Joined LNFY’s Board of Directors in January 2018
(Atlanta, Georgia) – Lost-n-Found Youth is pleased to announce the new appointment of Alvin Huntspon, a corporate governance professional, to the Board of Directors. Mr. Huntspon has been recognized as a rising star in his industry for driving good corporate governance and implementing change at a Fortune 5 Company.

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Join the British Consulate-General Atlanta in Supporting LNFY at Atlanta Pride

The UK is one of the most progressive countries in Europe for LGBT rights and equality, with more than 60 annual Pride events held in cities across the UK, and an additional 16 cities across the US. 2017 Atlanta Pride marks the fourth year the British Consulate-General Atlanta will participate in the festivities. In fact, it’s the only foreign mission in Atlanta to take part. On Sunday, 15 October, join us for breakfast, the parade march, and a post-parade reception.

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LNFY Invites the Public to Visit the New Youth Center

(Atlanta, Georgia) – Over the last year, Lost-n-Found Youth’s drop-in Youth Center serving homeless LGBTQ youth has been operating beyond capacity in a tiny space. According to Executive Director, Rick Westbrook, a primary goal for 2017 was to expand the Youth Center to be able to meet the growing need. Now, this dream will be realized as LNFY opens a new, expanded Youth Center on Lambert Drive.

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