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Longtime CEO Steps Down
Longtime CEO Steps Down
TitleLongtime CEO Steps Down
Extended TitleKaren Haren is leaving after 14 years at the helm. She will be succeeded by Valeria Nicholson-Watson.
AbstractArticle announces that Karen Haren is retiring from her position as executive president and CEO of Harvesters-The Community Food Bank. Haren's background with the organization is discussed. Associates of Haren's are interviewed and provide details regarding her contributions to the organization. The article also announces that Valerie Nicholson-Watson, formerly president and CEO of Niles Home for Children, has been selected to replace Haren.
AuthorTrey Williams
PhotographerFred Blocher
DateJune 30, 2013
SourceThe Kansas City Star
PageA4, A6
SubjectCharitable organizations
Community service
Local SubjectHaren, Karen
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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CONTENTdm number40639
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