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The Warren Center welcomes new board members

Written by Mindia Whittier

The agency was founded in 1968 and serves over 3,000 families annually in 48 ZIP codes in the northern half of Dallas County.

The Warren Center, a nonprofit providing professional evaluations, therapy services and support to children and families impacted by developmental delays and disabilities, has announced its 2022 slate of board members.

The board members include:

  • Michael Andereck, investor and entrepreneur
  • Joseph Hoffman, partner at Katten Muchin Roseman, LLP
  • Becky Horne, President at RBH Enterprises, LLC
  • Clete Madden, President at Health Systems and OIS Business Development
  • Paulina Romon, Vice President of Operational Excellence and Human Resources at Creative Realities, Inc.
  • Lee Summers, president of Media and AdTech at Creative Realities, Inc.   

The CDC estimates one in six children have intellectual or physical disabilities or delays. In Dallas County alone, over 102,000 children have a developmental disability. The period between birth to five years is a time of rapid development. The earliest possible intervention is critical due to the accelerated brain development during these first years of life.

Early childhood intervention programs have been shown to yield benefits in academic achievement, behavior, educational progression and attainment, and labor market success. The Warren Center provides physical therapy, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, and social support needed to help children with disabilities reach their full potential.

“We are beyond grateful to welcome our 2022 slate of board members,” said Amy Spawn, president and CEO of The Warren Center. “Each new member will provide our organization with a unique background and perspective, and we look forward to their expertise and guidance.”

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Mindia Whittier