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Posted: Saturday, May 31, 2014 7:45 am

After eight years of leading the Arizona YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix as chief executive officer and expanding the nonprofit’s influence throughout Arizona, Dana Campbell Saylor, announces her transition from the YW.

Campbell Saylor’s successor, Regina Edwards, Ph.D., YW’s current director of development, comes highly recommended and unanimously voted in as the new chief executive officer. Edwards has served as YW board chair, knows the organization very well and has great experience in education and nonprofit. The transition begins July 1, the beginning of their new fiscal year, and promises to be seamless, upholding Arizona YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix’s strong mission: being dedicated to eliminating discrimination, empowering women, promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Campbell Saylor will continue to support the AZ YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix, remain active in the community, and fulfill her current board positions.

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