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Jennifer Thompson Named Chief Executive Officer of i-tri

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Jennifer Thompson, newly appointed chief executive officer of i-tri. COURTESY I-TRI

Jennifer Thompson, newly appointed chief executive officer of i-tri. COURTESY I-TRI

authorStaff Writer on May 8, 2023
East End-based girl-focused nonprofit i-tri has announced the hiring of Jennifer Thompson, who will fill the role of chief executive officer. Thompson comes to i-tri from the National Association of... more

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