Columbus, Ohio, AIDS Task Force Seeking New Leader
December 8, 2006
Following the Oct. 27 resignation of Executive Director Aaron Riley, the Columbus AIDS Task Force is seeking a new leader. Riley started with the organization as director of client services in September 2000 and was the first African American to head it since its founding in 1984. Five of the agency's approximately 40 personnel positions were eliminated in a recent restructuring, said Gregory Baker, board president. A search committee is being formed to find a new leader for the task force, whose annual budget is $3.5 million.
12.01.2006; Sherri Williams
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