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Vol. LXII, No. 27
 
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
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The Board of Managers of UIH Family Partners, the state’s oldest nonprofit agency dedicated to the welfare of children, recently announced that it has appointed Princeton resident Karen Andrade-Mims to the position of Executive Director.

Ms. Andrade-Mims was an active member of the agency’s Board, and served as vice president and chair of the Board Development Committee. For the past eight years she held various program management positions with Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey. Prior to that, she served as director of Community Services at Planned Parenthood in Trenton, and Center Director of Kindercare Learning Center in Lawrenceville. She also currently trains teachers on core curriculum standards for sexuality education in the Rutgers University ANSWER program.

A Princeton resident, Ms. Andrade-Mims holds a BA in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters of Public Administration from Rutgers University. Her affiliations include vice chair of the Princeton Human Services Commission; training advisor of the Junior League of Greater Princeton; program coordinator of the Raritan Valley Chapter of the Links, Inc.; and member of Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society.

In announcing her appointment, Board President Jeffrey Bartolino characterized Ms. Andrade-Mims as “uniquely qualified for this position considering her training, program management experience and service on the Board. She possesses a strong understanding of UIH Family Partners operations, staff and the challenging issues facing the agency in the months and years ahead.”

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