Jessica R. Dreistadt
Executive Director 610-829-5819 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiffany L. Theadford
Finance and Administration Coordinator 610-829-5819 ext. email@example.com
Family Support Coordinator Family Support Specialist, PaxinosaParents Who Care Coordinator 610-250-2551 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Support Specialist, Cheston610-250-2542 ext. email@example.com
Family Support Specialist, Palmer, March,Tracy, and Forks610-250-2521 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Dental Program Assistant
Parent-Child Home Program (PCHP)Coordinator 610-250-2542 ext. email@example.com
Heather Hershey, Rubenia MaganaMarci Nunez, and Margie Pearsall
PCHP Family Literacy Specialists
Success by 6
Transition Coordinator (610) 250-2400 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
CCLC Program Coordinator 610-250-2542 ext. email@example.com
Diane Brotzman and Sandy Le
CCLC Program Assistants
Family Connectionof Easton, Inc.
Board of Directors
Lynn KutchPresidentPat Hunter Vice President Julie A. Bator Secretary Jacob W. RugglesTreasurer Val BowmanElyse CostelloLisa CurryDiane Evanowski Josie GallowayDavid Hightower Dee LohmanAnnie MaransTracy PiazzaDawn RoutzahnNatasha SerranoGreg Shoemaker
Welcome New Staff!
Susan Neith is our new dental program assistant. She is going to support the school district’soral health initiative by helping during school-based dental service days, preparing educationalmaterials and dental supplies for students and families, and coordinating health insurance outreach.
Anayeli Jimenez is our new family support specialist for Palmer, March, Forks andTracyElementary Schools. She speaks Spanish fluently and is available to provide assistance to bilingualfamilies at Cheston and Paxinosa Elementary Schools.
Anita Hunt is our new Success by 6
transition coordinator. This initiative will coordinate theefforts of early childhood educators, the school district, and parents so that we can all work together to help children have a successful start in school.
SAVE THE DATE!
Family Connection is participating in the Walk for a Healthy Communitypresented by Highmark Blue Shield on Saturday June 13, 2009 in HistoricDowntown Bethlehem. The Walk for a Healthy Community is a fundraiser thatbenefits local health and human service agencies in the Lehigh Valley, such as FamilyConnection. Highmark Blue Shield underwrites the cost of the walk so that 100% of money raised by walkers goes directly to the 18 participating organizations.
Mark Saturday, June 13, 2009 on your calendar and start gathering friends,family members, neighbors, and co-workers to join you in walking to ensure ahealthier community.
For more information visitwww.walkforahealthycommunity.org.