Children’s Harbor, a nationally accredited non-profit child welfare organization, is pleased to announce the election Adam Lang and Dawn Quaranta to its board of directors.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome these notable individuals to our board,” said Children’s Harbor Board Chair Sherry Stein. “Their valuable experience in public service, as well as expertise in business, finance and government relations will help guide Children’s Harbor in its mission and strengthen our ties to the community.”
Adam Lang is the Associate Director of Forensic and Business Valuation Services for Berkowitz, Pollack, Brant Advisors and Accountants. He is a member of the Case Law Task Force for the AICPA and a member of the 2016 Leadership Broward, Class 35. Adam is currently working with Leadership Broward on an Advocacy Campaign through social media to raise awareness about the importance of group homes and keeping siblings together. He is also passionate about making a difference for children in the foster care system.
Dawn Quaranta is Director of Business Development and Physician Relations for Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital/Memorial Healthcare Systems. Among her extensive ties and many affiliations, Dawn has been a member of the United Way of Broward County Campaign Cabinet, the South Florida Health and Hospitals Association Legislative Committee, and graduated from the Leadership Broward Class 27. Dawn brings to the Children’s Harbor board of directors extensive experience in business management, healthcare and government relations and as a mother of two, a passion for helping children.
About Children’s Harbor
Established in 1996, Children’s Harbor is a nationally accredited nonprofit agency with a mission to provide a safe harbor and support to at risk children, youth, and families-keeping brothers and sisters together, strengthening families, and guiding youth towards independence.
Children’s Harbor provides therapeutic, academic, and life skills services to improve the lives of children, youth, and families across Broward County. On our main campus in Pembroke Pines, Children’s Harbor provides nurturing, family group homes for 24 siblings and 11 pregnant/parenting teens in the foster care system. And on the Howard C. Forman Campus, an extraordinary collaboration between Children’s Harbor, benefactors Ashley and Ed Brown and their nonprofit, Selfless Love Foundation, ChildNet, and the City of Pembroke Pines, has created Brown’s Harbor, a supportive housing program for former foster youth, ages 18 – 23. Visit Childrensharbor.org to learn more.