Mt Kisco, NY – (May 23, 2013) – Mount Kisco Child Care Center inc. (MKCCC) is pleased to welcome Christine Meyer as their new Development Director, effective April 3, 2013. In collaboration with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors at MKCCC, The Development Director works to develop and implement a strategic plan to raise vital funds for the Center. Christine’s efforts will be focused on strengthening and growing individual giving, corporate/foundation relations, planned giving and special events at the Center, and she will personally manage relationships with the Center’s top donors and prospects.
Christine is a longtime advocate for education and the needs of children and families, having led the Development offices at Grace Church Community Center and Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains. She organized the first Horizons program capital campaign at the New Canaan Country School and helped to complete the campaign for the renovation of the Bedford Free Library.
“We look forward to working with Chris as she works with the Board and the Center in helping sustain our mission of providing quality child care and education to our diverse community,” said Dottie Jordan, Executive Director of MKCCC.
A graduate of CUNY’s Hunter College, Chris was the Business Manager of ID Magazine (Industrial Design) and an editor in broadcast and cable TV in New York City. Christine and her family reside in Bedford and are former residents of Mt Kisco. She is a choir and vestry member of St. Mark’s Church in Mt. Kisco and is on the board of the RDC Center for Counseling and Human Development in White Plains. Her husband Bill is a television engineer at WPIX-TV in NYC. They have two grown daughters and they enjoy hiking and gardening.
About Mount Kisco Child Care Center: Mount Kisco Child Care Center (MKCCC) is a non-profit, NAEYC-accredited childcare facility serving families in Northern Westchester communities since 1971. MKCCC provides exceptional and affordable early care and education to a diverse group of children from three months to eleven years of age. Our experienced and professional teachers, along with our curriculum and innovative programs, such as JEWEL (MKCCC’s Intergenerational Program) and Feed Me Fresh (MKCCC’s garden-to-table, sustainable nutrition program) create a childhood experience like no other.
MKCCC is located at 95 Radio Circle, Mount Kisco, NY. For additional information, please visit www.mkccc.org. or call (914) 241-2135. Follow MKCCC on facebook and twitter for the latest news and updates.
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