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Staffing consists of an Executive Director, Program Director, Assistant Program Director, Director of Family Services, Administrative Assistant, Receptionist, four lead teachers, two teacher assistants, a Food and Nutrition Coordinator and approximately thirty volunteers. The staff child ratio is one-staff/four infants, one-staff/five toddlers, and one-staff/seven preschoolers, plus the several classroom volunteers.
In 2019, Kristine was re-hired as the Executive Director of Mom’s House. She worked at Mom’s House from 1992-2005, when she resigned to stay home and raise her children. Kristine has a Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Social Science and an MBA, both from BU. She is very excited to be back at Mom’s House and is looking forward to helping the program grow and thrive!
In August 2021, Eileen joined the Mom’s House team as the Program
Director. She has a Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Social Science & a
Master’s of Art in Social Science both from Binghamton University.
Eileen was a preschool teacher for 14 years and is also a health & life
coach who works with teens & young adults who struggle with anxiety.
She is excited to use both professional roles in her new position at
Assistant Program Director and Toddler Teacher
Elizabeth joined Mom’s House in 2019 as our younger Toddler Teacher. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and several years of experience as a pre-kindergarten and elementary school teacher. In addition to teaching, in 2021 she became the Assistant Program Director. In this new role, Elizabeth will continue to be an added bonus to the Mom’s House program.
Director of Family Services
Sheila joined Mom’s House in February 2020. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from St. John Fisher and a Master’s Degree in Counselor Education from Marywood. She has worked with students and families for many years at the Broome County Catholic Schools (School Counselor), SUNY Broome (Academic Advisor), St. James Church (Director of Religious Education), and Catholic Charities (Counselor). Sheila is looking forward to supporting our families and our staff in this new role.
As a Founding Mom’s House Board Member, Diane has been involved with Mom’s House since 1987. In her position, Diane works closely with the staff, clients, their children and the Mom’s House volunteers. She is usually the first point of contact for all visitor of Mom’s House.
Charlene has been a part of Mom’s House since 2007. In her position as an Administrative Assistant, Charlene assists not only the Executive Director but the teaching staff as well as various tasks; she helps to keep the organization running efficiently. She also has 15 years of experience as a preschool teacher prior to coming to Mom’s House.
Lynne has been a Toddler Teacher at Mom’s House since 2000. She attended Dana College and SUNY Broome Community College and has received an Infant Toddler Credential. Lynne works closely with each child, enhancing their various developmental stages. As a mother of 3, Lynne has worked with children for many years at church as 6th grade Sunday School teacher, 7th grade confirmation teacher, vacation Bible teacher and directed Christmas plays. In addition, she also served as Sunday school and vacation Bible School coordinator.
Debbie volunteered at Mom’s House two years prior to becoming a Preschool Teacher in March 2015. She has a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from Nazareth College with New York State Teaching Certification in Preschool – 6th grade. Debbie brings previous experience as a toddler, preschool and elementary teacher, as well as 24+ years of “mom” experience raising four daughters.
Liz has been volunteering with the infants in the Lamb Room for many years. In September 2017, she joined the Mom’s House team as a Teacher Assistant. In January 2021, Liz became the Infant Supervisor in our Lamb room. With a Bachelor’s degree in Math and a Masters in Numerical Analysis from Syracuse University, Liz came to us after retiring from Lockheed Martin and having raised her twin daughters. In addition to her expert multi-tasking, her calm and loving way is contagious – soothing even the most inconsolable child.
Mary joined Mom’s House in February 2020 as a Teacher’s Assistant working mainly with our preschoolers, but helps wherever needed. She comes to Mom’s House with many years of experience through raising her own children, being a caregiver for children in their home, mentoring in the Binghamton school district, and volunteering in a variety of areas.
After volunteering at Mom’s House for eight years, Sue joined the team in January 2021 as a Teacher Assistant. Sue was a registered nurse for over 30 years. As a mother of eight children, and growing up in a family that fostered many children, she has considerable experience with caring for little ones. Sue brings her love for children and many gifts and talents to the program.