onePULSE appoints executive director

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onePULSE appoints executive director

The onePULSE Foundation has appointed Deborah Bowie as Executive Director. This change takes effect immediately. The nonprofit was formed after the nightclub was filmed in 2016. Bowie will oversee all aspects of the foundation’s day-to-day operations. “We are extremely pleased to welcome Deborah as Executive Director,” said Earl Crittenden, Chairman of the Board of the onePULSE Foundation and member of the Executive Director Selection Committee that unanimously approved the hire. “Deborah’s depth of knowledge and breadth of experience, combined with her strategic vision, and unwavering dedication and passion, make her uniquely qualified to lead onePULSE in this next stage of our journey to complete the National Pulse Memorial & Museum.” “I am honored and privileged to serve as Executive Director of the onePULSE Foundation,” Bowie said. “I look forward to working with our exceptionally talented staff and board members, our dedicated partners and the community, to help fulfill onePULSE’s mission to create and support a memorial that opens hearts, a museum that opens minds, educational programs that open eyes and legacy scholarships that open doors. Bowie lost his sister in a triple homicide in Miramar in 1994. It is with this added sense of purpose and drawing on my own personal journey of grief, that I will strive to continue advancing the incredible work of onePULSE.

The onePULSE Foundation has appointed Deborah Bowie as Executive Director.

This change is effective immediately.

The nonprofit was created after the nightclub shooting in 2016.

Bowie will oversee all aspects of the foundation’s day-to-day operations.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome Deborah as Executive Director,” said Earl Crittenden, Chairman of the Board of the onePULSE Foundation and member of the Executive Director Selection Committee that unanimously approved the hire. by Bowie. “Deborah’s depth of knowledge and breadth of experience, combined with her strategic vision, and unwavering dedication and passion, make her uniquely qualified to lead onePULSE in this next stage of our journey to achieve the National Pulse Memorial & Museum.”

“I am honored and privileged to serve as Executive Director of the onePULSE Foundation,” Bowie said. “I look forward to working with our exceptionally talented staff and board members, our dedicated partners and the community, to help fulfill onePULSE’s mission to create and support a memorial that opens hearts, a museum that opens minds, educational programs that open eyes, and legacy scholarships that open doors.

Bowie lost his sister in a triple homicide in Miramar in 1994.

“I too understand what it means to have to rebuild all aspects of who you are after such an overwhelming tragedy. will strive to continue advancing the incredible work of onePULSE.

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