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Westchester Children's Association White Plains Tabs Almonte Project Leader

Elizabeth Almonte takes over as Project Manager for the Westchester Children's Association's to advance the organization’s new Gathering Policy Solutions for Kids (GPS4Kids) program.
Elizabeth Almonte takes over as Project Manager for the Westchester Children's Association's to advance the organization’s new Gathering Policy Solutions for Kids (GPS4Kids) program. Photo Credit: Submitted Photo

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The Westchester Children’s Association of White Plains has tabbed Elizabeth Almonte as project manager to advance the organization’s new Gathering Policy Solutions for Kids (GPS4Kids).

The White Plains resident and New York City native brings more than 20 years of management, marketing and consulting experience.

During that time, Almonte led strategic initiatives maximizing financial, social and environmental impacts of the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, including at Goldman Sachs, Kraft Foods, the William Clinton Foundation, the New York City Department of Education, Cambridge Education, and New York Needs You.

A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Baruch College, Almonte’s advisory experience includes seven countries and includes public-private partnerships raising student achievement across the country.

The Westchester Children’s Association was established in 1914 and is among the oldest children’s advocacy’s organizations in the United States. Each year they aim to improve the lives of the county’s children using data to understand their needs, shape policy and programs to meet their needs.

More information on the Westchester Children’s Association is available online at wca4kids.org .

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