Executive director resigns from Aspen nonprofit Response | AspenTimes.com

Executive director resigns from Aspen nonprofit Response

The Aspen nonprofit Response announced last week the resignation of its executive director, Christine Nolen.

Nolen, who has been two years with the agency that supports victims of domestic violence sexual assault, will stay in her position until her replacement is selected.

“Chris worked hard throughout her tenure with Response to develop a viable strategic plan, overhaul the organization’s budget and finance procedures, expand and on-board a full-time staff, and create and implement an effective grant-management system,” said Amy Throm, who is president of the organization’s board of directors.

A search for a new executive director is underway. Interested candidates can find application information on http://www.responsehelps.org.


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