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Big Brothers Big Sisters back with new name and leadership

The regional Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) board of directors has reinstated the area’s BBBS affiliation, renaming it as Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozark Foothills.

Tiffany Cox (pictured), the organization’s executive director, is leading the relaunch of BBBS in this region.

“We are thrilled to have Tiffany’s energy and experience to lead our local BBBS affiliate to help children and youth achieve their highest potential,” said Crystal Crow, BBBS board member. “The board recognizes the strengths that Tiffany brings to this role after her many years of fundraising for the White River Health System [WRHS] Foundation where she demonstrated her passion to help others and hit a personal goal of raising $1,000,000 during her employment at WRHS.”

BBBS provides carefully matched adult mentors for children between the ages of six and 18. The organization is a network of volunteers, donors, and supporters from all backgrounds and walks of life.

To visit Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ozark Foothills on Facebook, click here.

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