Big Brothers Big Sisters names executive director

  • Tuesday, September 3, 2019 4:47pm
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Island County has appointed Tiffany Scribner as its new executive director. She began serving in her new role on Aug. 5.

“I’m passionate about mentorship. The potential of our youth is limitless, and I’m proud to stand with the staff and board of directors at BBBSIC, defending and igniting that potential,” Scribner said. “They are our future, and we are building connections for a bigger future.”

Scribner has over 15 years’ experience in leadership, education, project management, fundraising, grant management, and event planning.

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