New Directions Honors Employees With Milestone Award
RANDOLPH — New Directions Youth and Family Services recently honored recipients of the agency’s Milestone Years of Service awards.
The awards help recognize individuals with the group who have dedicated their careers to helping Western New York children and families receiving New Directions services.
Individuals from New Directions’ southern tier programs honored during the third quarter of 2019 included youth worker Tammy Chase for 35 years; controller Christine Gabrielsen for 25 years; clinical specialist Crystal Casel ro 10 years; community-based youth mentor Meaghan Costello for five years; and youth worker Paula Heyl for five years.
“Each person is a valuable member of our team,” said Jim Coder, New Directions CEO. “We are pleased to recognize their commitment to empowering New Directions’ children and families.”