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Safeline, Inc. Announces New Board Members

Published: 3/23/2018 3:20:13 PM
Modified: 3/23/2018 3:20:15 PM
Safeline, Inc. Announces New Board Members

Chelsea — Safeline, Inc., an organization that serves victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse throughout Orange and northern Windsor Counties, has appointed of two new members to its board of directors.

Maureen Moriarty, of Tunbridge, is a higher education professional with over 25 years of experience that includes strategic planning and department management. She is the registrar and director of academic studies at Vermont Law School in South Royalton.

Hannah Elle Lane, of Braintree, Vt., is on the staff of the Vermont Commission on Women in Montpelier. Her responsibilities include management, budget development, policy and research analysis, and communications. She has worked as staff attorney to Have Justice Will Travel in Vershire and has an extensive knowledge of issues relating to domestic, emotional and sexual violence.

“(Maureen and Hannah) will enrich our work as we continue to move forward in carrying out our mission,” Felicity Swayze, chair of the Safeline board of directors, said in a news release.




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