“We are delighted to welcome these seven new directors to our board,” said Executive Director for the CPCA, Kimberly Haight. “They bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise that will provide strategic direction in the areas of finance, board governance, program execution and contract management to strengthen the CPCA’s mission of effectively addressing child abuse in the Mid-Hudson Valley.”
The new members of the board for the CPCA follow the June appointments of Rob Ranieri, Senior Vice President for NFP; Tonya Pulver, School Psychologist for Millbrook Central School District; Sharley McIver, adjunct professor for State University of New York at New Paltz and for Marist College; and Sarah Ortiz, Program Coordinator for Pawling Resource Center.
About the Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse
The Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse is a private non-profit that has been dedicated to the reduction of child maltreatment since 1973. Each year, it serves approximately 20,000 children and provides support and education services to more than 3,000 adults. They are the only agency in Dutchess County providing sexual abuse prevention training. Support services help abused children—and educate adults to prevent future abuse. For more information, visit TheCPCA.org.