The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunity (CHRO) was sued yesterday by its longtime (and former) Regional Manager Pekah Wallace. The federal lawsuit claims her employment termination was improper and provides a whole host of information about what has been going on behind the scenes at the agency.
The Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities has selected a new Executive Director from within. Tanya Hughes — who had been serving as the Interim Executive Director — has been formally named the new CHRO Executive Director.
According to a press release issued by the CHRO on Thursday morning:
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The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities is going through some changes now in leadership.
Late last month, the CHRO voted unanimously to appoint Tanya Hughes as the acting executive director. According to a press release, “she will serve on an interim basis while the Commission conducts a search to find a permanent executive director.…