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Pride in Bloom opens a new era at the Dallas Arboretum

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The Dallas Arboretum celebrates the retirement of CEO Mary Brinigar tonight, June 9, with her retirement dinner, and celebrates Pride on June 10-11 with Pride in Bloom.

Shawn Jackson had been name acting CEO. The 10-year employee of the Arboretum said she’s devoted to DEI initiatives. Brinigar has been accused of discrimination by several employees and former employees and several lawsuits remain pending.

Jackson said, “I went to make sure staff feels like it belongs here,” To that end, she’s done things like extend family memberships to all current employees and she’s worked in all positions throughout the facility to understand operations and give the signal that every position is important.

She said she wants to be transparent. Pride in Bloom takes place from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The Dallas Way President Robert Emery opens the event at 10 a.m.

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