Welcome Lindsey!

 

 

Last month we officially welcomed Lindsey Moynihan as our newest member to our Flying Scarfs Team! She joins her husband Colin (CFO) as our Chief of Communications. In this capacity she will be responsible for creating and distributing our message to the public both directly and through selected media outlets.

Lindsey is a graduate of Boston College (Class of 2005). She brings with her a wealth of creative writing and editing experience. Like the rest of the team, she has a long history of supporting environmental and socially driven causes around the world. We are very excited to have someone of her caliber and talent on board. Her next project is to publish a creative brochure which explains the Flying Scarfs story. Be on the lookout, you just might see it next time you purcahse a scarf!

 

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As always, we thank you for your support. With you, we are able to help hundreds of women in Afghanistan, Kenya, and Haiti. 

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