New Directions Honors Workers
New Directions Youth and Family Services honored recipients of the agency’s Milestone Years of Service awards, which recognize individuals who have dedicated their careers to helping children and families throughout Western New York. Individuals from New Directions’ Southern Tier programs honored during the fourth quarter of 2018 are: Wanda Ahlgren, who has been a part of the organizations for 15 years and is a youth worker; Paul Hagelin, who has been a part of the organization for 15 years and is a youth worker; Lynda France, who has been with the organization for 15 years and is a human resource assistant/hiring coordinator; and Laurie Robb, who has been a part of the organization for 15 years and is the Westons Mills program coordinator.
“We are pleased to honor employees for their dedication to New Directions, with Milestone Years of Service Awards,” said Jim Coder, chief executive officer of New Directions. “Each employee makes a difference and is ‘fostering good’ for local children and families; we are fortunate to work beside them.”