DOBBS FERRY, N.Y. -- St. Christopher’s, Inc., which has campuses in Dobbs Ferry, Valhalla and New Windsor, has named Eric Lebenson its new chief development officer.
The organization serves the needs of teens with emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities across a broad spectrum.
“Eric has a strong professional background in building and maintaining relationships to leverage and generate opportunities. We are thrilled to welcome him to our leadership team,” said Robert Maher cief executive officer of St. Christopher’s, Inc. “Eric’s energetic attitude and strong desire to build strategic partnerships will benefit our organization.”
Lebenson has a diverse professional background, having extensive expertise in the real estate industry, and holding several business leadership roles throughout Westchester County. He has held positions as district manager, controller and director of marketing at various companies.
Lebenson received a bachelor of arts degree from Bucknell University. He lives in Briarcliff Manor.
Lebenson has been on the board of directors for the Briarcliff Manor Rotary Club for 10 years and was the only person to hold the position as president for two terms in the Club’s 35-year history. He has also received recognition for his work in the community.
“Having admired and supported St. Christopher’s, Inc. for so many years, it is an honor and a privilege to work with this wonderful organization,” Lebenson said. “I look forward to using my experience in event planning, fundraising and grant writing to take the development department to another level. I am committed to assisting the agency in an effort to help each and every child become positive contributors to our society.”
Founded in 1881, St. Christopher’s is an adolescent development organization dedicated to helping children with special needs and their families. It provides education; therapeutic intervention and life planning skills in a safe and nurturing environment with the goal of helping each child reach his/her full potential. It offers residential, educational, therapeutic, recreational and social services.
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