Chaucie’s Place names new board members
Chaucie’s Place has named Natalie Chavis, Lynna Leatherman and to its board of directors.
Chavis is a long-time Chaucie’s Place volunteer and she runs her own law practice that focuses on wardship adoptions; Leatherman manages global projects at Technicolor; and Lorson is controller for Helmer Scientific in Noblesville.
“We are fortunate to have such strong business and community leaders join the Chaucie’s Place board of directors,” said Jon Kizer, Chaucie’s Place oard president. “Their past experiences as professionals and volunteers will certainly help Chaucie’s Place strengthen its work serving the children and families of Hamilton County.”
Chaucie’s Place is a Child Advocacy Center that focuses on child sexual abuse prevention. The center provides a neutral, child-focused environment where forensic interviews may take place for cases of alleged child sexual and physical abuse and neglect to help reduce trauma for child victims, as well as prevention programs. For more information, visit www.chauciesplace.org.