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Ginny Hanbridge has been promoted to chapter executive, effective November 16. Ginny has been with the Association since 2019, when she joined as director of development at the Connecticut Chapter. In that role, Ginny was instrumental in expanding cross-pillar initiatives to enhance outreach and engagement. Ginny brings extensive experience to the Association — from the American Heart Association to the Greater Boston Food Bank and from the National Brain Tumor Society to the Providence Animal Rescue League and the American Cancer Society. She has a bachelor of arts degree in communications from the University of New Hampshire.
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