Group Providers for Youngsters in Allentown publicizes new CEO/President

ALLENTOWN, Pa. | The Group Providers for Youngsters (CSC) is proud to announce Deidra Vachier has been named CEO/President efficient March 11, 2022.

Officers say Vachier has labored at CSC for twenty-four years in numerous roles, most just lately she served as Vice-President of Early Childhood Improvement. All through her profession, Vachier has been an advocate for prime quality early studying.

She has been liable for the administration of the Head Begin/Early Head Begin and Pre-Okay counts applications, has offered management for a employees of over 300 and is devoted to steady enchancment for our employees and programming.

In her earlier position, she achieved success in advancing the sphere of Early Childhood Training via steady advocacy for kids and households, guaranteeing fiscal integrity and accountability, officers famous. She was additionally actively concerned in ongoing program analysis for steady high quality enchancment and writing new and persevering with grants and RFPs to take care of funding in help of a various funding stream.

On behalf of the CSC Board of Administrators, Camie Modjadidi, M.Ed., Chair, stated “the board enthusiastically welcomes Deidra to her new position as CSC’s CEO/President. Deidra has repeatedly demonstrated her experience within the area of early childhood schooling; her dedication to our total CSC household; and her dedication to proceed CSC’s mission.”

Vachier is a present board member for the Pennsylvania Head Begin Affiliation and serves on the Lehigh County Workplace of Youngsters & Youth Advisory Board, in response to officers statements.

She holds the Pennsylvania Director’s Credential & High quality Assurance System Coach Certification together with PA Division of Training educating certification for Pre-Okay – 4th grades.

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Vachier succeeds Paula Margraf, who retired from this place after six years as CEO and 23 years of service with the group.