We are fortunate to have many different kinds of early childhood schools in New York City. But when investigating these schools in order to choose one for your child, you may find the many educational approaches and philosophies that describe them a bit dizzying.
Executive Director Search
On February 19, 2021, Gina Malin, Executive Director of the Parents League of New York, jointly announced with the Parents League Board of Directors her retirement at the end of June 2021. The Board of Directors has commenced a search to find the next Parents League Executive Director. We will provide periodic updates on this page and, when appropriate, via email to the Parents League community at large. If you are interested in applying, please send your letter of introduction and resume to [email protected]
Communications to the Parents League Community
Gina Malin and Board of Directors announcement - February 19, 2021, Read here
Kathleen Walas, Board of Directors – Search Committee Chair
Marye Elmlinger, Secretary, Board of Directors
Kathy Heinzelman, Past President
Mark Lauria, Treasurer, Board of Directors
Vivian Lin, Board of Directors
Erika Matt, Vice President, Board of Directors
Liza Oneglia, Vice President, Board of Directors
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