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Big Brothers Big Sisters names new Executive Director

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga Executive Director, Theresa Varos. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga Executive Director, Theresa Varos.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga has a new Executive Director, Theresa Varos.

Varos has a Master of Science degree in Guidance and Counseling from Loyola University, New Orleans. Previously she was employed as Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Lookout Mountain Community Services. 
 
During the past twenty-two years she has worked as a therapist and in administrative program development/implementation for children and family service delivery.  

According to a new release from the non-profit, Varos’ passion is in assisting local and state partners with the development of system strategies in order to promote family-driven, individualized, strength- based, and culturally proficient practice. She is a successful grant writer and offers technical assistance regarding community-based programming on a state and national level.
 
Theresa has two children, a son who attends the University of West Georgia and who is also completing an internship at Walt Disney World in Orlando and a daughter who is actively involved at Gordon Lee High School.

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