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Posts tagged Greater DC
  • Renée Stikes

    People

    February 20th, 2021

    Renée Stikes joins Tahirih Justice Center as the Chief Development Officer. In this role, she provides overall direction for Tahirih’s development initiatives working with development staff in the national and […]

  • Christine Spencer

    People

    February 16th, 2021

    Christine joined Tahirih in 2012 and currently serves as Greater DC’s Community Engagement & Strategic Partnerships Manager. In this role, Christine works with local partners, the business community, and philanthropists […]

  • This Valentine’s Day, Let’s Embrace Healthy Relationships

    News

    February 12th, 2021

    It’s that time of year again! The stores are filled with heart-shaped chocolate candy boxes, teddy bears, balloons, and flowers in every checkout lane. Street vendors are out with their customizable baskets, and social media is filled with ads […]

  • After 20 Years of Leadership, Tahirih’s CEO and Founder Announces Transition

    News

    February 3rd, 2021

    In a time of exciting transition for Tahirih, Archi Pyati has been named as the new Chief Executive Officer, taking on the role in May 2021.

  • Special Message from Layli: Tahirih’s Next Chapter

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    February 3rd, 2021

    This marks my 20th year as CEO of Tahirih and, with great pride for the past and enthusiasm for a new future, I have decided that it will be my last.

  • Anusce Sanai

    People

    February 1st, 2021

    Anusce Sanai (she/her/ella) joined the Tahirih Justice Center in 2012. Anusce is a dedicated and experienced attorney with 10 years of direct legal services and management work in the immigration […]

  • Tahirih’s Interdisciplinary Model, Explained

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    December 7th, 2020

    At the Tahirih Justice Center, we believe that it is not enough to simply win a client’s legal case. We work to support their needs and connect them with a variety of services, like skill–building opportunities, workforce readiness and education programs, counseling, and […]