Anita Britt resigned her post Tuesday as chief financial officer of St. Thomas University rather than resign from the board of the maker of the AR-15, the gun used in the Parkland shootings.
Anita Britt resigned her post Tuesday as chief financial officer of St. Thomas University rather than resign from the board of the maker of the AR-15, the gun used in the Parkland shootings.
Anita Britt resigned her post Tuesday as chief financial officer of St. Thomas University rather than resign from the board of the maker of the AR-15, the gun used in the Parkland shootings.

After ultimatum, Catholic university administrator chooses gun maker over CFO job

March 13, 2018 05:01 PM