Goodbye Angela... and Welcome, Annie!

But as we say goodbye to one staff member, we say hello to another. We're pleased to welcome REC's new Development Director Annie McShiras to our team! Prior to joining REC, Annie worked to secure affordable housing placements for homeless individuals in New York City. She also has experience advocating for strong, local food economies in rural Vermont. Now as a REC employee, Annie is especially excited for the opportunity to connect with inspiring student activists around the country. We look forward to working with her in the future to make REC the best organization it can be!

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