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The 2nd Annual White Plains Youth Bureau Women's History Month Celebration will recognize Women Who Serve and will honor fifteen women who have served White Plains and Westchester County with distinction. They are: Sorraya Sampson, President and CEO Urban League of Westchester County, Allison Lake, Executive Director of Westchester Children’s Association; Polly Kerrigan, President and CEO of Family Services of Westchester; Heather Miller, Executive Director of Thomas Slater Center; Dr. DaMia Harris-Madden, Executive Director of Westchester County Youth Bureau; Denise Brooks-Jones, Acting Director of White Plains Housing Authority, Brittany B. Brandwein, Executive Director of White Plains BID; Anahaita N. Kotval, Chief Executive Officer of Lifting Up Westchester; Kathy Halas, Executive Director of the Child Care Council of Westchester; Isabel Villar, Executive Director of El Centro Hispano; Kerry Whelan-Megley, Executive Director of Family Ties of Westchester; Cynthia Delfino, President and CEO of the YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester; Ellen Morehouse, Executive Director of Student Assistance Services; Diane Rosenthal, Executive Director of Student Advocacy and Janet Langsam, CEO of Arts Westchester.
The event will also pay tribute to Harriet Tubman as the City of White Plains and the White Plains BID receives the Harriet Tubman “Journey to Freedom” Sculpture which will be placed at Renaissance Plaza in White Plains, April 1st through June 30th. Karen Hill, President and CEO of the Harriet Tubman Home, has been invited to speak and share words about the occasion.
For more information, contact the White Plains Youth Bureau, 914-422-1378.