Clayton Skinner appointed as LNFY’s chief operating officer
Lost-n-Found Youth has appointed Clayton Skinner as its new chief operating officer. Skinner will be responsible for ensuring the organization operates effectively and efficiently in partnership with executive director Rick Westbrook.
“Having previously served as pro-bono counsel and seen the amazing work done by the people at Lost-n-Found Youth for LGBT homeless youth across Georgia and the Southeast, I’m proud to have joined the team,” Skinner tells Georgia Voice.
“There are many exciting projects underway, including the renovation of a historic building in Midtown that will provide expanded space for the Youth Center and triple the number of beds for the Housing program. I’m looking forward to both continuing the amazing work already accomplished and providing operations support to further expand the critical services offered.”
Lisa Pane, Associated Press journalist, promoted to national crime beat