Latin American Association's Tapia retiring
by Staff Reports
01:28 PM, Friday, January 30
Jeffrey Tapia, executive director of the Latin American Association in Brookhaven, announced Friday she will retire later this year. Tapia will continue to provide leadership until her successor is named and will stay on in an advisory role with t...

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