Sarah Brown to Step Down
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A Tribute to Sarah Brown
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Sarah Brown to Step Down as CEO

After 20 years of service with The National Campaign, our fearless leader Sarah Brown has decided to step down effective June 30, 2015.

Investing In Results

Most adults believe that federal funds should be used to support effective sex ed and teen pregnancy prevention programs.

A Tribute to Sarah Brown

Ruth Levine of the Hewlett Foundation pens a tribute to National Campaign CEO.

Creating a Communications Strategy

Creating a good communications strategy is hard...this book makes it easy (easier, at least). Tips, advice, and worksheets will guide you through the process step by step.

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Jan 31

Stop fighting whether women should have the ability to control when & with whom they get pregnant.Signed @isawhill

Jan 28

Every problem can be solved in 30 minutes or less and other lies my TV told me.

Jan 31

"Maybe our girlfriends are our soul mates and guys are just people to have fun with." — Candace Bushnell

TheNC StayTeen Bedsider
Jan 21

Mentor, pioneer, leader, friend. National Campaign CEO Sarah Brown will step down from her role in late June of this year. Read more here: http:/... Read more »

Jan 28

Every problem can be solved in 30 minutes and other lies my tv told me. Read more »

Jan 30

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