About This Blog
In a perfect world, every child would be nurtured by a loving family, attend a challenging and exciting school and live in a supportive community. But the sad reality is that not every child has these opportunities. The Children’s Aid Society helps children in poverty to succeed and thrive. We have been serving children for more than 150 years, a longevity that testifies to our ability to adapt to the changing needs of today's youth.
About the Contributors
Cathleen Miles is the Marketing and Events Associate and has been with The Children's Aid Society for four years. Cathleen's focus is on building awareness and support for the services Children's Aid provides to New York City's children and families in need. Cathleen brings caring Children's Aid supporters together to enjoy golf, shopping, music and theater performances and more. As a native New Yorker herself, she is committed to making sure fellow New Yorkers are aware of Children's Aid's work.
Kerry Moles, LMSW, is the Director of the Children's Aid Society's Family Wellness Program, which provides counseling, case management and advocacy services to all members of families impacted by domestic violence and abuse. She has 18 years experience working in the domestic violence and child welfare arenas, and is the author of The Relationship Workbook, The Teen Relationship Workbook and Strategies for Anger Management.
Giany Mejia is the Marketing/Public Relations Development Assistant at The Children’s Aid Society. In this position, she helps organize events, assists with all fiscal matters, tracks and analyzes media placements, takes photos and videos and manages the image server. Her background in direct services to children and firsthand knowledge of community schools and centers makes her devoted to the mission of The Children’s Aid Society and Giany is very happy to be part of the team whose job it is to share with the world Children’s Aid’s benefits and accomplishments.
Moria Cappio, Ed.M., has been the Director of the East Harlem Head Start program since 2006. Moria has had a long-standing commitment to the unique community of East Harlem. Moria first worked as a New York City public school teacher at P.S. 7 in East Harlem. After joining Children's Aid, Moria's work expanded from working exclusively with children, to working with whole families and their surrounding community. Moria is committed to developing each families' strengths, to supporting the hard work of her staff, and to building strong partnerships with the community.