Dear Friend of Zeno,
I’m writing today to let you know that I will be moving on from the position of Executive Director of Zeno on April 14th. After four incredible years at Zeno, I’ve decided to accept a role that brings me back to my roots in the housing sector. I’ll be moving to a new position at Plymouth Housing as their Chief Administrative Officer.
I am deeply passionate about the work of Zeno; it has been my honor to lead the Zeno team and to work with so many people who work diligently to bring fun and joyful math experiences to kids in our community.
This transition comes at a good time for Zeno; we are in a financially sound position, are fully prepared to expand our programs to include our littlest learners, ages 3 – 5, and continue to look closely at the impact of our programming and how we can serve those who need us the most.
I leave Zeno in excellent hands. We have a dedicated staff and very committed Board of Directors, led by Chair Bill Ellis, who are already hard at work to ensure a smooth transition. The Board has partnered with Hagel and Company to execute a search for our next Director and hired Julie Marl as our Interim Executive Director. Julie has served on the Board for two years and is an enthusiastic and energetic leader who applies her love of math in the working world by guiding teams to work more efficiently, achieve greater results, and obtain overall success.
I want to assure you that Julie, the Board and the Staff remain fully committed to Zeno’s programing and working towards our mission throughout this transition. Bill will be in touch in the coming weeks to keep you updated on the transition.
I give my heartfelt thanks to you and everyone associated with Zeno for the opportunity to lead this vitally important work. I will continue to be an avid supporter of Zeno for many, many years to come—and I hope you will as well.