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Conway Named Executive Deputy Commissioner for Operations at ACS PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Scaglione   
Wednesday, 19 August 2009 05:56

Belinda M. Conway, a long-time member of New York’s nonprofit human service community, has been appointed Executive Deputy Commissioner for Operations at New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services.

“In this role she will continue to coordinate efforts with Deputy Commissioners to support critical efforts, including resource allocation, work prioritization and the facilitation of key initiatives,” said ACS Commissioner John Mattingly in making the announcement. “She will work collaboratively on cross-divisional issues and with external Agencies and stakeholders to address and resolve ongoing concerns. In particular she will work closely with the Divisions of Policy & Planning, Administration and Financial Services.”

Conway joined NYC Administration for Children’s Services in 2008 after a long career with nonprofit human service providers.  During her career, she has held senior executive positions with SCO Family of Services, Cabrini Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Services for Children.

“Belinda’s experience and personal style make her the perfect choice,” said Jim Purcell, CEO of the Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies in a congratulatory message to Mattingly. “We welcome the opportunity to work with both of you to continue to make New York’s child welfare system the very best in the nation.”

Conway is a graduate of St. John’s University and Hunter College School of Social Work.

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