Mary Vigue, executive director of Say Yes Guilford, announced today the hiring of directors of communications, engagement and data and evaluation. The three directors start on Feb. 16, she said in an email.
Vigue has yet to disclose
how much the Greensboro Community Foundation
and the High Point Community Foundation
are going to take in fees for money management
or if some of the money is going to go into George Weiss' fund
whose investments are located down south
The following are the new hires.
Donnie Turlington will be the communications director. Turlington has been director of communications and marketing for the City of Greensboro since 2010. ...His new job with Say Yes will involve overseeing the organization’s local communications, strategic planning, media, social media, web and advertising, the news release stated.
Say Yes Guilford has yet to disclose
the number and anticipated amounts of scholarships for the class of 2016
...Say Yes Guilford launched in September and is the local chapter of New York-based Say Yes to Education.
...starting with the class of 2016, students graduating from Guilford County Schools will be eligible for last dollar tuition scholarships.
Vigue was named executive director of Say Yes Guilford in October.
She was an assistant city manager for Greensboro."
From 2013's 990;
Say Yes has a problem; Rhino Times Misinformation on Say Yes to Education; "City Doesn’t Say No to $1 Office Space for SAY YES"
I crashed the Say Yes to Education and Say Yes Guilford meeting at Smith High School and passed out fliers asking the following questions;
Say Yes to Education and Say Yes Guilford are saying they are going to cover the last dollar costs between financial aid and total tuition
On October 3, 2015, Guilford County's Board of Education was shown a "Full Tuition Scholarship Incentive" plan, for every GCS graduate who goes to college
How the Triad Business Journal got played for chumps by Say Yes to Education and Say Yes Guilford
Say Yes to Education, Inc. (Say Yes), and Say Yes Guilford appears to be a legal Ponzi scheme and/or a Racket
Are our local Realtors saying Say Yes to Education is going to pay for everyone in Guilford County's college?