The Board of Directors of Prevent Child Abuse Utah (“PCAU”), a nonprofit organization committed to breaking the cycle of child abuse, is proud to announce that it has elected Tony Divino as its new chairman.
“As PCAU continues to evolve and increase its impact on child abuse prevention in our state, we feel fortunate to have Tony’s leadership and dedication to our organization’s mission to use education and training to prevent child abuse,” said Mary Ann Lucero, Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse Utah. “He has been a tremendous asset to our Board. Over the years, Tony and his family have worked tirelessly to support the organization’s mission to break the cycle of child abuse. His passion for helping children is inspiring, and I look forward to working closely with him in his new role.”
Divino is a Utah native and successful business owner of Tony Divino Toyota in Ogden, Utah. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1975 from the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah and opened his dealership in 1988. In addition to being a member of the Prevent Child Abuse Board of Directors for more than 20 years, he has served as past president of the Utah Weber School District Foundation and has supported a number of charitable efforts on behalf of children and education for many years.
“I am honored to have been chosen for this position and contribute to the efforts of ending child abuse in Utah,” said Tony Divino. “I appreciate the opportunity of working with the organization's new leadership headed by Mary Lucero. Together with our Board and Executive Director, I truly believe that Prevent Child Abuse Utah can make a difference in the lives of our children.”
ABOUT PREVENT CHILD ABUSE UTAH
Prevent Child Abuse Utah is a nonprofit statewide organization committed to breaking the cycle of child abuse through education and training. PCAU has offered leadership in the development of child abuse prevention programs and services since 1982. Their mission is to forge and guide a community commitment to prevent child abuse in all its forms through programs, services, public awareness, training and education, advocacy and networking. This past year, Prevent Child Abuse Utah educated approximately 42,000 Utah school children and community members. For more information, please visit www.preventchildabuseutah.org.