EXPANDING PROGRAMS & INITIATIVES
Sullivan 180 Welcomes New Staff to Team
[LIBERTY] – Sullivan 180 has named Samantha Mango as Administrative Assistant and Saraid Gonzalez as Community Outreach and Events Manager. Now in its 2nd year, Sullivan 180 is expanding its programs and initiatives to provide additional assistance and community outreach.
The administrative assistant, Samantha Mango will provide administrative support for the staff and office and assist with coordinating events held by Sullivan 180.
Before joining Sullivan 180, Samantha Mango was the Office Manager for the Catskill Fly Fishing Museum in Livingston Manor. Previously she was Closing Agent/Transaction Paralegal for Tane Waterman & Wurtzel, PC in New York City. She also served as a Paralegal for McCabe Wiesberg & Conway in New Rochelle, NY.
The Community Outreach and Events Manager, Saraid Gonzalez will be responsible for helping the organization increase its bandwidth and ability to reach multicultural communities in Sullivan County, with a special focus on Spanish speaking individuals. She will assist in planning, developing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating a range of health initiatives impacting multicultural communities. She will also plan and manage special events and functions of Sullivan 180.
Most recently, Saraid Gonzalez has been working for Sullivan 180 as the Executive Assistant and Events Coordinator. Previously she was Program and Events Coordinator for Sullivan Renaissance. Saraid is Hispanic and fluent in Spanish. She serves on the Sullivan Renaissance Multicultural Advisory Committee and previously served on the Cornell Cooperative Extension Fundraising Committee. Saraid is a Board of Director of the Sullivan County Federation for the Homeless and a Leadership Sullivan Graduate Class of 2015.
“We are pleased to have hired Samantha from a large pool of qualified candidates and delighted for the opportunity to promote Saraid. We look forward to working with them both and are confident that they will make valuable contributions to our program, as we work to build a healthier Sullivan County,” said Sandi Rowland, Executive Director.
Sullivan 180’s mission is to build a healthy, vibrant Sullivan County where everyone has a sense of purpose, connection to family and community and access to fresh foods and an active lifestyle. For additional information, call Sullivan 180 at 845-295-2680 or visit www.sullivan180.org.