In a Facebook post, Lena Pope announced its Director of Early Learning Projects, Susanne Malone, has be appointed to the Workforce Development Board of Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County. The post in full reads:
“Congratulations to Susanne Malone, our Director of Early Learning Projects, on her appointment to the Workforce Development Board of Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County! This board of business and community leaders provides services to job seekers and employers. Susanne’s appointment recognizes her reputation and expertise in the area of child care and early learning.”
According to Malone’s LinkedIn profile, she has been with Lena Pope in a variety of roles for nearly 12 years. Malone earned her MSSW from the University of Southern California.
ABOUT LENA POPE
Established in 1930, Lena Pope Home was a refuge for children and families during the depression and post-war years. Since its inception, the agency now known simply as Lena Pope has identified the needs of local children and designed programs to fill the gap. The agency focuses on evidence-based prevention and early intervention activities that improve the lives of children and families. In 2016, Lena Pope directly served more than 4,500 individuals, children, and families. Through all the changes, our mission has remained essentially the same: To help create hope, happiness and success for children and families. Find out more on the organization’s website.