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Cori Austin Announced as Incoming CEO of Center for Community Solutions

Center for Community Solutions (CCS) has announced the selection of Cori Austin as the organization’s incoming CEO. Austin, who has served as the Chief Operating Officer of CCS for the last two years, will continue as COO until she transitions to her new role in February 2023.

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CCS In The News

Nov. 28, 2022: Ranch & Coast Magazine - 2022 Charitable Giving Guide
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Oct. 31, 2022: San Diego Business Journal - 2022 Charitable Giving Guide
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Oct. 31, 2022: Ranch & Coast Magazine - People & Philanthropy: Verna Griffin-Tabor
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Oct. 1, 2022: Modern Luxury Magazine - Tea Time
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Sept. 4, 2022: Union-Tribune - As DA considers SDSU gang-rape allegations, experts explain why such cases are particularly challenging
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Aug. 30, 2022: NBC 7 - Suspect in Rancho Penasquitos Killing Wasn't Arrested in Alleged Attack Two Months Earlier
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Aug. 30, 2022: KPBS - A look into SDSU athletes' sexual violence prevention training
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Aug. 30, 2022: NBC 7 - New SDPD Website Helps Sexual Assault Survivors Track Rape Kits
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Aug. 29, 2022: Union-Tribune - San Diego police launch portal that allows sexual assault survivors to check on their evidence kits
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Aug. 1, 2022: Ranch & Coast - Tea & Tonic
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July 20, 2022: Union-Tribune - San Diego sexual assault survivor recognized as courageous advocate
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June 14, 2022: Union-Tribune - Purple Project donates to local domestic violence nonprofit Read Article

May 23, 2022: Union-Tribune - Opinion: Focus on preventing sexual and domestic violence
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April 15, 2022: KUSI - Center for Community Solution shares tips to help prevent assault and support survivors
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April 4, 2022: KUSI - Talk to your friends and family about healthy relationships
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April 1, 2022: Ranch & Coast Magazine - Tea & Tonic
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Feb. 14, 2022: San Diego Business Journal - Charity Event Guide
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Press Releases

Nov. 1, 2022: Cori Austin Announced as Incoming CEO of Center for Community Solutions
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April 20, 2022: Life Science Leaders Join Forces to Advocate for Critical Need for Funding and Awareness of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence as Public Health Crisis
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March 30, 2022: April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month – Center for Community Solutions Shares Six Tips to Help Prevent Assault and Support Survivors
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March 23, 2022: Center for Community Solutions CEO Verna Griffin-Tabor Announces Retirement
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Email Blasts

Nov. 17, 2022: Remind Survivors & Their Children They Are Not Alone
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Oct. 3, 2022: You can help survivors and prevent assault.
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Sept. 8, 2022: There is still time to support CCS!
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Sept. 7, 2022: Support CCS During San Diego Gives!
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Sept. 2, 2022: A Message from the CCS Rape Crisis Center
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July. 21, 2022: Vote for CCS with Target Circle!
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June 29, 2022: Some Good News: Tea & Tonic Results & Photos
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May 18, 2022: We're looking forward to seeing you at Tea & Tonic!
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April 29, 2022: Her name is LaDonna.
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April 22, 2022:   Join our co-chairs - Support survivors at Tea & Tonic!
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March 31, 2022: Support survivors this Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
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March 23, 2022: CEO Transition: Verna Griffin-Tabor
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Feb. 17, 2022: Join us for Tea & Tonic 2022!
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StartTheConvo

Start the Convo to raise awareness and end sexual assault. #StartTheConvo campaign is a call to action for every member of our community to give their support and #StartTheConvo around preventing intimate partner violence and sexual violence. We stand in solidarity with all survivors of intimate partner violence and sexual assault. We all have a role in ending violence.

The highest incidence of rape affects mostly yong women between the ages of 16 and 24. Don’t be a bystander! It’s time to talk with your friends, family, and loved ones! Join us as we #StartTheConvo!