My Sisters’ Place Names Diane Tukman New Chief Program Officer

Diane Tukman


White Plains, NY (September 29, 2015) –My Sisters’ Place (MSP), a nonprofit that supports survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking through direct services, advocacy and community education has named Diane Tukman as its new Chief Program Officer.

In her new role, Tukman will oversee all of MSP’s counseling, shelter, and outreach programs. Tukman is responsible for the recruitment, development, and ongoing management of Program Directors and staff. Tukman joins MSP with over 28 years of program management, development and leadership experiences. Most recently, Tukman served as Director of Development and Programs at Bridges to Community in Ossining, NY.

For over nine years, Tukman provided leadership at Girl Scouts of the USA, focused on the creation of innovative programming on leadership development, violence prevention, and healthy living.  Tukman also has extensive experience as an executive coach working with nonprofit professionals and Master of Business Administration (MBA) students of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business.

Tukman received a Masters in Social Work from Boston University. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Disabilities and Vocational Rehabilitation from the University of Wisconsin, School of Education.


About My Sisters’ Place
Since 1976, My Sisters’ Place (MSP) has worked to change the way our community thinks about violence in intimate relationships and combat the effects of domestic violence and human trafficking. Holistic services include:  a 24/7 crisis hotline, two emergency residential shelters, one-on-one and group counseling for adults and children, a Center for Legal Services, professional outreach and a vibrant tween/teen education and prevention program. MSP strives to engage each member of society in their work so that all relationships can embrace the principles of respect, equality, and peacefulness.

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Sherice Brammer
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