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Feb 11, 2019| Featured , News

February 9, 2019
Rutland Herald
Rutland, VT

WATERBURY – The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services announced a series of staffing changes including new hires, departures and promotions which will bring an increased level of expertise and knowledge to victims of crime in Vermont. The changes to current and new staff roles took effect in January 2019.

Current Executive Director Chris Fenno released the following statement regarding the upcoming changes: “These changes will increase our capacity to effectively carry out the mission of CCVS and help ensure access to services for victims across Vermont.”

Elaine Boyce has been promoted to deputy director. Carol Brochu has been promoted to director of finance and administration. Gina Yalicki has been promoted to restitution unit operations supervisor. Michelle Pelletier has been promoted to restitution manager.

Omara Rivera-Vazquez has been hired as a new grants manager. Samantha Giroux has been hired as communications and social media coordinator.

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