Former Montrose Center Employee Joins Rice University In Very Important New Role

By | December 5, 2014

montrosecenterlogoThe Rice Thresher announced that Allison Vogt, formerly of The Montrose Center’s anti-violence program (401 Branard St.), has joined Rice University as the new director of sexual violence prevention. Before taking the position at Rice, Vogt helped “expand the Montrose Center’s anti-violence program by organizing community awareness” about issues affecting Houston’s LGBT community.

She will continue her legacy of helping others through the new position at Rice, getting input from students and continuing community involvement to better the lives and relationships of the students on campus as well as helping them identify situations long after they’ve graduated.

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The Montrose Management District
board workshop meeting scheduled for April 3
has been postponed indefinitely.