Center Names Baldwin Executive Director, Adds Board Members
Rebecca Baldwin of Schuylerville has been named Executive Director of Saratoga Center for the Family.
“Rebecca brings over 10 years of experience working in the social service field with expertise in program administration, planning, development and oversight,” said James Lombardo, president of the Center for the Family board of directors. “Her experience, passion and enthusiasm will be key to her success as she leads the organization into the future.”
Baldwin previously was Director of Foster Care at Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth. She earned a Master of Social Work from the University at Albany and Bachelors in Social Work from the College of Saint Rose.
In addition, the Board of Directors elected its 2017 slate of officers: James Lombardo, President; Dave Shacket, Vice President; Douglas Gerhardt, Treasurer; and Gregory Moore, Secretary.
The Center also welcomed to its Board of Directors new Board Members John Brooks, Tim Hoefer, Katherine Smith, and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner.
Saratoga Center for the Family is a non-profit organization that provides abuse prevention programs, mental health services, victim advocacy and a variety of services for children and families in Saratoga County, regardless of ability to pay.
Baldwin succeeded Deborah Tomaso, who retired. “I am committed to the mission of the Center and excited about this opportunity to serve as Executive Director,” Baldwin said.