bringing dallas’ troubled
youth back from the brink
     
Even without our
help, they won’t be
troubled kids
forever. They’ll turn
into troubled adults
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Letot Center volunteers transform young lives
 
Letot Girls' Center
THE PROBLEM FINANCING THE EXPANSION
INVISIBLE GIRLS STORIES THE CHALLENGE
TRANSFORMING INVISIBLE GIRLS CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP
INVALUABLE PARTNERS CONTACT
THE NEW FACILITY NEWS AND PRESS

Letot Center Capital Foundation Board
Craig Evans
President
S. C. Companies

Caren H. Prothro
President Emeritus
Community Volunteer

Steve Crane
Vice President
Crane Associates

Vernetta Kinnard
Secretary
Dallas County Juvenile Department

Erick Hill
Treasurer
Law Offices of Eric C. Hill PC

 

Letot Girls’ Residential Treatment Center
Campaign Leadership

Co-Chairs
Lauren Embrey
Embrey Family Foundation

Sarah Losinger
Community Volunteer

Craig Evans
S. C. Companies

Caren H. Prothro
Community Volunteers

Campaign Cabinet
Nita Clark
Community Volunteer

Tucker Enthoven
Community Volunteer

Ted Enloe
Civic Leader

Cannon Flowers
President and CEO
Human Rights Initiative

Lynn McBee
Community Volunteer

Karol Omlor
Community Volunteer

Advisory Council
Ruth Altshuler
Lesly Annen
Marilyn Augur
Cecilia Boone
Becky Bright
Brent Christopher
Janie Condon
Janie Cooke
Janet Coplin
Linda Custard
Roslyn Dawson
Jane Dunne
Bess Enloe
Fredye Factor
Rebecca Fletcher
Suzi Greenman
Nancy Halbreich
Margaret Hancock
Laura Custard Hurt
Kate Juett
Vernetta Kinnard
Ashlee Kleinert
Jeanie Laube
Janie McGarr
Cynthia Mitchell
Anne Motsenbocher
Patty Dedman Nail
Lydia Novakov
Katie Pedigo
Margot Perot
Holly Philbin
Carolyn Rathjen
Anne Reeder
JoAnne Roosevelt
Carol Seay
Peggy Sewell
Shelle Sills
Sue Strauss
Becky Sykes
Ellen Terry
Gail Turner
Barbara Watkins
Jane Wetzel
Jeanne Whitman
Alinda Wikert
Cynthia Yung

Ex-Officio Cabinet Member
R. Keith Armwood
Superintendent, Letot Center

Alzada Benton
Psychologist Assistant, Letot Center

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