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Lori Tape Joins Gifford Foundation Staff

(Syracuse, NY) In late August the Gifford Foundation welcomed Lori Tape as the new Office Coordinator. Lori has worked in the nonprofit arena since 2000, specializing in Office Administration, Special Project Management, Fundraising, and Volunteer Management.  She has worked on Urban Renewal projects and various programming for “At-Risk” Youth and Young Adults. Lori currently works with issues that affect Youth and Women through various Church and community organizations.

Lori attended Norfolk State University where she studied Computer Science.  She holds a Degree in Business Management/Convention Sales and Service from Bryant and Stratton College as well as numerous certifications in Travel and Tourism, Life Coaching, and Event Planning.  Lori is a native of Syracuse, but travels as often as possible with her husband and four children.

 

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