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Anne Latullipe

Board President

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Anne's Bio:

Anne is originally from Chittenden County and moved to Central Vermont 23 years ago. She currently lives in Duxbury with her husband, two sons, and dog, Brady. She attended Essex Junction High School and is recent graduate of Northern Vermont University with a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Management. Over the years, Anne has served her community by holding numerous positions on non-profit boards and holding elected office. She believes in the idea, “it takes a village”. Currently, she is filling an Interim position as Central Vermont Regional Coordinator for Building Bright Futures. Anne has been with VFOR since 2016 and stepped into the role of president in 2018. Having been sober since 1997, Anne understands the importance of a supportive, clean environment as a person transitions into a sober life from the ravages of addiction. She is excited to be a part of this amazing team of dedicated people who are passionate about sobriety and dedicated to making a difference for those who are still suffering.

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