Mourning the loss and celebrating the legacy of our former staff member
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched us personally and painfully. Clients’ lives have been devastated. And we tragically have lost three staff members to the virus — beautiful, giving, and selfless individuals who dedicated their lives to service.
In April, we lost a very special young man, Jeremy Beddoe, to COVID. Continue reading →
Elliot Weinstein, our Chief Human Resources Officer, came to The Child Center of NY in October 2017 with more than 25 years of diverse HR and management experience in both the for-profit and nonprofit worlds.
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Julia Floyd-Ventura manages the Substance Abuse programs at our Stuart and South Jamaica Clinics.
“Life in full circle” is how Julia Floyd-Ventura would describe her journey through addiction to her position as The Child Center of NY’s Senior Program Director in our Behavioral Health division, responsible for managing the Substance Abuse programs at our Stuart and South Jamaica Clinics.
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Yudelka Ramirez began her career with The Child Center of NY in January 2016 as a teacher’s assistant at our Escalera Head Start in Manhattan. She earned her FPA (Family Peer Advocate) Certificate a year later and began her current role as an FPA with The Child Center’s Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative (ECMH).
Let’s begin with your interesting title! What exactly is a “family peer advocate”? Continue reading →
It’s become a tradition and high point at The Child Center annual gala to present the Russell Carson Visionary Award to a staff member who consistently goes above and beyond for clients and represents the kind of forward-thinking that defines The Child Center. Our 2018 award went to Omar Kazi Continue reading →
Anna Treppiedi, a.k.a. Ms. New York, is no shrinking violet. As students at the School’s Out New York City (SONYC) after-school program at the Waterside School for Leadership know well, she doesn’t shrink from a challenge, or from any opportunity to speak her mind—especially when the subject is education. That’s why it’s no surprise that she’s a contestant in this year’s Ms. America pageant. Continue reading →
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