Live Violence Free director resigns, candidates sought

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The Board of Directors of Live Violence Free is saddened to announce that its well-respected, “why-can’t-she-be-cloned” Executive Director of five years, Jane Flavin, has submitted her resignation.

Flavin has accepted a new position with the Learning and Development Department of Starbucks and her resignation takes effect Oct. 25.

“Jane has built such a professional staff at every level and such a strong organization; she’s leaving us with a firm and lasting foundation,” said Kathleen Brown, board president, in a press release. “We will very much miss Jane’s sunny approachableness and her deep and visible commitment to our mission, and we wish her nothing but the best in her new endeavor.”

Flavin said she is thankful for her time in the organization and is proud of what was accomplished while she was there.

“I will miss the LVF staff, the LVF board and all the LVF partners in the community,” Flavin said. “We have worked so well together to help take care of the needs of South Lake Tahoe. Going forward, I know LVF will continue to deliver excellent service to its community.”

Live Violence Free is seeking qualified candidates to fill the executive director position soon.

For information, contact Cristi Creegan, hiring committee chair, at

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