WINDY CITY TIMES
||TPAN CEO Capouch steps down
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Test Positive Aware Network has announced that Patti Capouch has resigned as CEO; the board has named Julie Supple, director of client services, as the organization's interim CEO.
"Patti has made significant contributions to TPAN's visibility and success that have stabilized the agency over the past several years," said Michael Murphy, TPAN's board chair, in a press release.
Capouch said, "I will miss working with the talented and dedicated staff at TPAN. I am very proud of our work in the community."
Capouch left TPAN Jan. 4 to pursue another career opportunity.
TPAN celebrated its 30-year anniversary in September and, this past spring, opened a co-located medical clinic with Howard Brown Health in their new office space at 5537 N. Broadway.
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