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Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands Welcomes New Board Members Katie Fox, Michael Traynham, and Jane Senn
COLUMBIA, SC—Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands is honored to welcome Katie Fox, Michael Traynham, and Jane Senn to the Board of Directors.
Katie Fox is the Executive Director of the Harbison Theatre at Midlands Technical College. Fox received her undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri and earned a Masters Degrees in both Business Administration and Nonprofit Management from the University of Cincinnati. Katie is the chair of TedX Columbia and has vast experience with strategic growth and marketing nonprofit organizations.
Michael Traynham is a an attorney for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control working on environmental issues affecting the State of South Carolina and its citizens. Prior to joining DHEC, Michael was a civil defense attorney in private practice, served as a Securities Enforcement Attorney with the South Carolina Attorney General's Office, and served as Counsel for Litigation at the South Carolina Department of Revenue. Michael is a 2007 graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law and a 2004 graduate of the South Carolina Honors College.
Jane attended the University of South Carolina receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Speech Pathology. She retired in 2012 from Lexington School District Two where she was employed for 30 years as a Speech-Language Pathologist. For 20 years she served as the district Lead Speech Pathologist. Jane is a long-time supporter of STSM. Jane’s husband, Randy, previously served as President of STSM’s Board of Directors. Her daughter and niece have volunteered as advocates.
Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands Board of Directors President Jay Hamm says, “We are fortunate to work with leaders like Katie, Michael, and Jane. Their diverse talents position our board to successfully oversee STSM’s growth in the coming years.”
Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands (STSM), formerly named Rape Crisis Network, is a private, nonprofit, United Way member agency committed to providing free, direct services to survivors of sexual assault and abuse, including 24-hour crisis hotline, hospital accompaniment, court accompaniment, personal advocacy, individual and group counseling, and education about sexual trauma issues.