Bay Area Turning Point names new CEO

By: Press Release
| Published 03/23/2018

The Bay Area Turning Point Board of Directors has
appointed Leigh Ann Fry, M.A.Ed as their new CEO. She assumed responsibilities on Feb.
26, 2018.

Fry has an extensive background as an educator and has worked with several nonprofit
organizations. Most recently, she served as Executive Director at Noah Project, a center
of care and shelter for victims of family violence and sexual assault, located in Abilene,
Texas. She also currently serves as Board Chair of Texas Council on Family Violence
Board of Directors.

“It is an honor to be named as President and CEO of Bay Area Turning Point” Fry said.
“The agency has a rich history of quality care for those impacted by family violence and
sexual assault and I look forward to immersing myself in the local work.”

Bay Area Turning Point is a not-for- profit agency founded in 1991 to the meet the needs
of the Bay Area Houston community. In 2017, BATP provided safe shelter for 228 adults
and 222 children and served 93,412 meals; reached 1,698 participants with community

education; received 8468 domestic violence and/or sexual assault calls on our 24-hr.
crisis hotline; and provided 1624.25 hours of therapeutic counseling.