Diana Beltré is a program manager with over ten years of contract management experience. She has managed early childhood, after-school, parenting and research contracts. She is also the project lead for the Parent Club, among the newest initiatives of The Children’s Trust. Previously, she worked at Amigos For Kids as a program director overseeing the agency’s parenting and after-school programs. Ms.
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Ana joined The Trust in November 2005. She brings over 20 years experience working in child and family services; homeless assistance; mental health and substance abuse services; and in housing, employment and youth advocacy services.
Ms. Sanchez earned a M.A. (Urban Education) from Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, OH, and a B.A. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Bevone joined The Trust in December 2004. Ms. Ritchie brings over 16 years experience in the field of Early Care and Education, having worked for both public and private organizations. Her specialty areas include infant/toddler care, special needs, with extensive responsibility for providing quality child development environments. She began her career as a teacher and assumed supervisory and management positions in the Early Head Start programs in Miami-Dade and Palm Beach County.
Josefina joined The Trust in January 2007. Mrs. Greene brings over 10 years of experience in education to her position of program coordinator. She worked previously as a curriculum specialist for Catholic Charities where she supervised five out-of-school programs. Her experience also includes directing programs in abuse prevention education and working with individuals with autism.
Mrs. Greene holds a B.A. in Psychology (Florida International University) and completed certification course work in Elementary Education also from FIU.