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Texas Advocacy Project Welcomes Four New Members to Its Board of Directors
Austin, TX – Texas Advocacy Project (the Project) – the only statewide non-profit organization devoted exclusively to providing free legal solutions and access to justice to survivors of domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking – recently named four new members to its Board of Directors: Patrick Berger, AAMA, CRPC, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones; Teshana Murray, D.D.S., Smile Center Dental; Lesia Skrypoczka, Corporate Counsel - Intellectual Property, iHeartMedia; and Alison Watters, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist.
The Board of Directors of Texas Advocacy Project enables the organization to carry out its mission of using legal services to stop domestic violence. “Our board is 29 members strong, comprised of professionals from the public and private sectors; ranging from finance, healthcare, retail, media, strategy, real estate, and everywhere in between. The new members are outstanding additions. Each brings a unique skillset and perspective that will serve to strengthen the Project,” said Board Chair Scott Neuendorf. “The Project serves thousands of survivors of interpersonal violence each year and requires a diverse set of leaders to guide, oversee, and financially support the organization. Our 2019 Board of Directors shares the Project’s goals and has the business acumen and experience to lend professional expertise that will assist the Project in reaching its mission to provide free legal solutions to its clients across Texas.”
About Texas Advocacy Project:
Established in 1982 as a non-profit, Texas Advocacy Project’s mission is to prevent domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking throughout Texas through free legal services, access to the justice system, and education. Our attorneys, staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors are committed to advancing our vision that all Texans live safely in hope, not fear. In 2018, The Project provided legal services in 4,313 cases, serving 10,661 Texans. If you or someone you know needs help, call 1-800-374-HOPE.
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