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Tyler H. Beebe Joins Mount Kisco Child Care Center Board of Directors

Briarcliff Manor resident to serve as treasurer

Mt. Kisco, NY – (June 22, 2009) – Mount Kisco Child Care Center (MKCCC) today announced that Tyler H. Beebe has joined its Board of Directors as Treasurer. Beebe, who is now retired, served as Managing Director and Portfolio Manager for Invesco, LLC, in Manhattan.

In addition to serving on the MKCCC Board, Beebe sits on the Board of The Open Door Family Medical Centers, which provides quality, affordable health care and human services to people who are economically disadvantaged; and of the National Association on Drug Abuse Problems, which provides employment development services to help individuals recovering from substance abuse to re-enter the workforce.

Beebe is an active supporter of Ossining Children’s Center, Teatown Lake Reservation and Westchester Community College.

“Tyler’s involvement with various community-based organizations makes him a perfect addition to our board. His experience will enable him to lend appropriate insight into how we can continue to provide affordable, quality child care to members of our community. We welcome him to our Board,” said Dottie Jordan, executive director of Mount Kisco Child Care Center.

Originally from New Haven, Conn., Beebe lives in Briarcliff Manor. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Brown University and an M.B.A in Finance from New York University.

About Mount Kisco Child Care Center:
Mount Kisco Child Care Center is a licensed nonprofit, non-sectarian childcare facility that has served the working families of Northern Westchester since 1971 by providing exceptional and affordable, early-care and education to a diverse group of children three months to five years, with an expanded school-age program serving children up to 12 years of age.