Coral Springs Nonprofit School for Children with Disabilities Elects New Board Members
Fort Lauderdale, FL, August 25, 2015 (Newswire.com) - Abi’s Place, a nonprofit school in Coral Springs that assists children with disabilities, has elected four new board members at its recent meeting.
First, Abi’s Place is pleased to announce the promotion of Robert Rand, Vice President of Operations at Rand Internet Marketing, from Board Member to Board President. Mr. Rand has been involved with Abi’s Place since 2010, holding the previous position of Board Member.
As we sharpen our focus on improving the services for children with disabilities and their families in our community, we welcome the addition of four outstanding board members. Their business expertise in strategic planning, law, finance, and public-private partnerships will strengthen the ability to take the school to another level and increase our impact in the community.
Juli Zeno, CEO of Abi's Place
Abi’s Place has also elected three new members to be added to their team on the Board of Directors. The three new members consist of business executives who come from diverse private-sector backgrounds. These members include Event Planner Debbie Malaga of DM Events and Design, AmTrust Bank second Vice President Donna Denton, and Scott Newmark, Personal Injury Attorney. The wide range of backgrounds allows Abi’s Place to improve and flourish in numerous areas.
“As we sharpen our focus on improving the services for children with disabilities and their families in our community, we welcome the addition of four outstanding board members,” said Juli Zeno, CEO of Abi’s Place. “Their business expertise in strategic planning, law, finance, and public-private partnerships will strengthen the ability to take the school to another level and increase our impact in the community.”
In addition to a new Board President and three new board members, CEO, Julie Zeno, is celebrating her one-year anniversary with Abi’s Place. With degrees in Early Childhood and Elementary Education as well as a former elementary school teach and administrator, Juli has a wealth of experience working with non-profit organizations.
About Abi’s Place
Abi’s Place is dedicated to building the skills of children with autism and complex disabilities to create a foundation for lifelong success through the delivery of highly individualized education, outpatient services, community involvement, and lending support to families. Abi’s Place offers a sensory rich learning environment surrounding children with devoted teachers and assistants, at a ratio never greater than two to one. Our teachers, including special education and behavioral trained specialists, work with children in center-based classrooms; providing individualized and group opportunities ensuring the development of each child’s short- and long-term goals. Parents are not only welcome in the classroom, but encouraged to collaborate with staff, ensuring consistency.
For more information, please visit AbisPlace.com or call 954-753-4441.