REDMOND -- Friends of Youth service agency has announced valuable additions to the youth service agency’s team: Mary Lowrance, Anne McBride, Bridget Norah, and MarkRockwell.
- Lowrance is a Management Consultant at Point B and brings her experience in finance and multiyearstrategic planning.
- McBride is a resident of Kenmore and was the former CFO of . She bringswith her many years of financial expertise.
- Norah, a Snoqualmie resident and community volunteer, comes to us with over eighteen years ofsales experience.
- Rockwell, a Real Estate Broker with Windermere, has a great deal of experience cultivating andbuilding relationships in the community.
“We are thrilled to bring such talent to our successful team,” said Terry Pottmeyer, President and CEO ofFriends of Youth. “Their experience will be valuable assets to our organization as we continue our workto prevent and end youth homelessness in our community.”
Friends of Youth delivers a comprehensive range of therapeutic services for youth, young adults andfamilies. With 60 years of experience, national accreditation and 21 program sites in 17 cities, the agencyprovides safe places to live and emotional support for youth and families in challenging circumstances.For more information, visit www.friendsofyouth.org.