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The Episcopal Refugee Network of San Diego is a non-profit organization that started serving refugees in San Diego County, from many countries of origin, to help families during their years of adjustment to American life. Most of our early clients were from Sudan, but now we also serve many Karen and Karinni refugees from Myanmar (Burma), and Bhutanese and Iraqi refugees.

New Executive Director

The Episcopal Refugee Network is pleased to announce the appointment of Jake Young as its Executive Director.

Jake has a background in financial management and management consulting. He holds an MBA from the University of California, and was for many years a consulting partner at Deloitte & Touche. Jake has more recently spent 7 years in executive positions in nonprofit agencies in City Heights, with Episcopal Community Services and Pro Kids.

"We expect Jake to move the Network forward as a highly effective, professionally managed agency that truly impacts the families that we assist" according to Joyce Justus, president of the Refugee Network board.

The Episcopal Refugee Network assists in the resettlement into San Diego of populations that have been forced from their homelands due to racial, religious, and economic percecution.

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