GPS4Kids Collective 

 
The GPS4Kids Collective is:

A group that will meet bi-annually to assess the success of the GPS4Kids initiative, participate in community discussions and trainings to improve our ability to meet our personal & professional goals, the GPS4Kids goal, and better serve the Westchester County community.

 

Members will also attend bi-annual meetings, promote GPS4Kids events & resources, and more. WCA as the backbone organization will offer early access to new data sets and data analysis consulting, networking and teach-ins, marketing opportunities via Ground Truthing Podcast, On the Road with GPS Newsletter, Data Hub, and more.

Would you like your organization featured in the

GPS4Kids Data Hub?

Contact us!

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Current Collective Members

 

Cheryl Brannan

Sister to Sister International, Inc.

Sister to Sister International, Inc. (STSI) is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization that links women,  girls and families of African descent globally, to the resources that connect, advance and strengthen them. We do this through advocacy, education and the promotion of African culture.  Developing healthy lifestyles is a cornerstone of the organization.  Our primary areas of focus include Health and Wellness, Education and Global Affairs.

Organization

Working on 

  • Suspension Rates

Interested in

  • Suspension Rates

Lutonya Russell-Humes 

Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle

Mission: To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

A Boys & Girls Club Provides:
A safe place to learn and grow...
Ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals...
Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences...

Hope and opportunity.

Organization

Boys & Girls Club of

New Rochelle

Working on 

  • Graduation Rate

Interested in

  • Chronic Absence

  • Suspension Rates

  • Graduation Rate

Karen Blumenthal

Student Advocacy

Student Advocacy provides an effective voice for children who face significant obstacles in school, so they receive the resources they need to succeed educationally and rediscover their lives.

Organization

Working on 

  • Chronic Absence

  • Suspension Rate

Interested in

  • Disconnected Youth

Katie Pfeifer

Volunteer New York!

Volunteer New York!’s core mission is to inspire, mobilize, and equip individuals and groups to take positive action to address pressing challenges, support nonprofits and strengthen the quality of life in our community.


We encourage adults to serve, youth to build character, families to bond, young professionals to lead, mature adults to share their wisdom and businesses to support our community.

Organization

Working on 

  • Chronic Absence

Interested in

  • Graduation Rates

  • Disconnected Youth

  • Chronic Absence

Mary Ann Luna

United Way of Westchester & Putnam County

United Way helps create a better life for all by strengthening our community in the areas of Education, Income and Health. 

Organization

United Way of

Wetschester & Putnam

Working on 

  • Chronic Absence

Interested in

  • Chronic Absence

  • Pre-K Enrollment

DaMia Harris-Madden

Westchester County Youth Bureau

The Westchester County Youth Bureau provides financial support, monitors and supports nonprofit agencies and organizations that provide programs and services to youth. The goal is to promote positive youth development and to encourage healthy lifestyles.

Organization

Westchester County Youth Bureau

Working on 

  • Chronic Absence

Interested in

  • Disconnected Youth

Tuesday Paige McDonald

Peekskill Youth Bureau

It is the mission of the City of Peekskill Youth Bureau to promote and advocate for the empowerment and well being of all youth, their families and community by incorporating the Positive Youth Development methods in our direct and supportive programs and  services.

Organization

City of Peekskill 

Youth Bureau

Working on 

  • Chronic Absence

Interested in

  • Graduation Rates

Chloe Fernandez

Westchester County Youth Councils at Family Services of Westchester

The mission of the WCYC of Family Services of Westchester is to promote civic engagement among youth in Westchester County. These countywide, youth-led and multi-issue advocacy programs are designed to equip teens and pre-teems with the critical thinking and valuable leadership skills necessary to become engaged citizens creating positive change in their communities. 

 

WCYC consists of 2 distinct programs: the Junior Council for 10-14 year olds, and the Senior Council for 15-18 year olds. 

Organization

Westchester County Youth Councils at Family Services of Westchester

Working on 

  • Disconnected Youth

Interested in

  • Graduation Rates

  • Disconnected Youth

  • Chronic Absence

  • Pre-K Enrollment

  • Suspensions

  • Number of H.S. Guidance Counselors

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Contact Us
WCA Data Hub

Westchester Children's Association

470 Mamaroneck Avenue, Suite 304

White Plains, NY 10605

Web - wca4kids.org

Email - wca@wca4kids.org

Phone - 914.946.7676

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