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The Miss Pink Organization Announces Two New Team Members



Miss Pink Organization Announces New Team Members

The Miss Pink Organization is pleased to announce the appointment of two new team members.

Danika Ripley has signed on as the Director of Community Coordination for Miss Pink. She brings to this position strong organizational skills and experiences from volunteering with other nonprofit groups. Danika is committed to volunteering with Miss Pink because she strongly believes in the power of women supporting women through both the good and the bad. In addition to her work with Miss Pink, Danika is a teacher, fitness instructor, and mom to a busy teenager. In her free time she enjoys traveling, being outdoors, reading, cuddling her dogs, and spending time with her family.

The Director of Community Coordination will work with local businesses and partners who want to join forces to increase awareness and funding for the non profit. She can be reached at of

Kathleen Curry is adding her experience in the world of service and management as she signs on as the new Director of Volunteers. Kathleen’s experience has always been interacting directly with customers and facilitating business, including Inside Sales, Concierge services, and in Customer Service. Kathleen’s formal training is in Psychology from the University of New England and Curry College, where she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree. Today, Kathleen is the proud mother of two children and two dogs; but her passion and personal mission are in helping people realize their life dreams and overcoming adversity.

Kathleen Curry

The Director of Volunteers role will include a new formal training and program for the volunteer initiative for The Miss Pink Organization. To learn more about volunteering or to reach Kathleen, please email or

"The organization is extremely grateful for the individuals willing to dedicate their time to our cause. Danika and Kathleen will be instrumental to starting this new decade off with growth and success to help better the lives of our pink warriors," said Ashley Herron, President of The Miss Pink Organization.


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