Boys Town California Executive Director Named to International Marketing Team

Lawren Ramos joins Internet Marketing Assoc. International Executive Council

Boys Town announced today the appointment of Lawren Ramos to the Internet Marketing Association’s (IMA) International Executive Council. Ramos serves as Executive Director at Boys Town California, a non-profit organization that provides assistance to at-risk children and families. 

The IMA, a professional organization and one of the fastest growing internet marketing groups in the world, is underwritten by corporate partners to provide members an opportunity to learn, engage and define Internet Marketing best practices. The International Executive Council is comprised of individuals who provide trend-forward vision and influence for the Internet marketing community around the world. 

“We are thrilled to have Lawren as part of our Executive Council,” said Sinan Kanatsiz. “We look forward to the expertise that he brings to our organization, and to the impact he will have on our various programs and with our members.”

As the Executive Director of Boys Town California, Ramos oversees the California site of the national child care organization that began in 1917, and has since grown to include statewide affiliate chapters across the U.S.  Nationally, the non-profit organization touches the lives of more than 2 million people each year through various youth and family-centered programs and services.  

About Boys Town California
Since opening in 1991, Boys Town California has continued to fulfill its mission by providing programs focused on saving children and healing families in Southern California.  The organization operates seven Family Homes for youth who are unable to return to their homes due to abuse or neglect. Intervention services are also provided through In-Home Family Services and Community Support Services in an effort to prevent out-of-home placement of children and keep families together. An affiliate of Boys Town, the national organization founded in 1917 in Omaha, Nebraska, Boys Town California touches the lives of 48,000 people in California each year.  For more information visit www.boystown.org/california.

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