As Florence Crittenton Programs of SC (FCP) kicks off the start of a new fiscal year, the organization is excited to share some updates to the Board of Directors.
Five new Board Members are being welcomed to the Florence Crittenton Board of Directors. Jenna Braddy, Managing Director at Greystar; Angela Glyder, VP of Clinical Operations, Lucina Analytics; Jaime Randise, Account Executive II, Bio-Rad Laboratories; Mary Beth Richardson, Director, Financial Planning & Analysis, SC Ports Authority; and Monique Wilsondebriano, Owner, Charleston Gourmet Burger Company.
“We are so honored to have such a powerful and inspiring group of women join our board of directors,” said Cheryl O’Donnell, Florence Crittenton’s Executive Director. “Each of them brings unique experience and expertise that will advance our mission to improve the lives of pregnant and parenting teens and girls in foster care.”
Florence Crittenton would like to thank Jennifer Bjork, FCP Past President and Senior Managing Director, Risk Management, Greystar; Friend Gray, Principal, Property Management, Holder Properties; Robert Mason, Community Leader; and Angela Wertz, Director, University Compliance & Privacy Office, MUSC for their dedication and service to Florence Crittenton throughout their terms as Directors.
“Jennifer, Friend, Bob, and Angela led us through the pandemic and set a bold vision for the future of the organization,” said O’Donnell. “We are immensely grateful for their leadership and continuing support. ”
Located in downtown Charleston, SC, Florence Crittenton Programs of South Carolina has been serving the entire state of South Carolina since 1897. Florence Crittenton’s mission is to provide hope, safety, and opportunity to young women in order to instill self-worth and self-sufficiency. Florence Crittenton operates a licensed residential group home that provides comprehensive services to pregnant and parenting teens, as well as girls in foster care. We also offer housing assistance and home visitation services to help young mothers in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties achieve self-sufficiency. For more information: florencecrittentonsc.org
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