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Martin Joins Greyston Foundation as Child Care Center Director PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Scaglione   
Thursday, 28 February 2013 14:26

Michelle Martin will be joining the Greyston Foundation as their new Child Care Center Director. Martin brings a combination of education and administration background to Greyston. 

“I am looking forward to building on Greyston’s long and successful history of providing high quality, curriculum oriented childcare to the children of Yonkers and moving the teachers and the families to a brighter future,” said Martin.

Martin has a Masters in Education and has been a teacher; director of a child care center in New York City; and a coordinator of Head Start Programs in Nassau County. In addition to her experience serving children, she worked in the private sector at Reuters as a client trainer. 


“I am thrilled to welcome Michelle Martin to the Greyston family, and believe that she will be a dynamic leader of our nationally accredited Child Care Center,” said Steven Brown, President and CEO of the Greyston Foundation. “She will be a huge asset, not only to Greyston, but to all of the children in Southwest Yonkers.”


Grounded in a whole-person approach, which we call PathMaking, Greyston Foundation, a pioneer in social enterprise, creates jobs and provides integrated programs for individuals and their families to move forward on their path to self-sufficiency.  Greyston programs include managing over 200 units of affordable housing with more in development, a for-profit Bakery, a nationally accredited Child Care Center, an Adult Day Health Care Program and housing for individuals with HIV/AIDS and a full spectrum of Children and Youth Services.


Greyston’s Child Care Center has been providing childcare to low-income families in southwest Yonkers since 1991. The Center is currently licensed to serve 96 children between the ages of six weeks to five years old, including 28 spaces for infants. The Greyston Child Care Center was awarded the prestigious National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accreditation in December of 2002 and was renewed in 2009.


 

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