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EPIC Long Island Welcomes Lang PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Scaglione   
Friday, 07 February 2014 09:17

Randolph Lang, Senior Labor Relations Manager for the New York State Nurses Association, has joined the Board of Directors at EPIC Long Island Inc.

 

Lang has been a Senior Labor Relations professional for more than 35 years. In addition to having experience in maintaining effective relationships between management and labor for the nurses association, he has worked with the International Brotherhood of Trade Unions and the Electrical Production and Industrial Workers Union.  Lang received his bachelor's degree from Cornell University's School of Industrial & Labor Relations.

"Joining the Board of Directors of EPIC will afford me the opportunity to give back to those who have given so generously through their work to my family over the years," Lang says.

Lang is the son of legendary sportswriter, Jack Lang, who spent forty years covering New York baseball, including the Dodgers, Yankees and Mets.

“We feel that Randy will add so much to our board, and we are honored to have him join us in our efforts,” says President & CEO Tom Hopkins. “He brings a level of energy and intelligence that will be invaluable to the work and mission of EPIC Long Island."

EPIC Long Island provides multi-layered services to people with epilepsy, developmental disabilities and mental illness.  Services for developmentally disabled adults include  a Day Habilitation program;  residential programs throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties; a Community Services program that provides Medicaid Service Coordination, respite, and residential habilitation.