ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. -- Center For Hope And Safety in Rochelle Park as inducted its new executive director, Julye Myner recently.
Myner previously served as Chief Operating Officer of Jewish Family Service of Bergen and North Hudson since 2007. She succeeds Elaine Meyerson, who retired at the end of 2015 after nearly 30 years as head of CHS, formerly known as Shelter Our Sisters.
“Julye was the unanimous choice of our Search Committee,” Gail Steinel, Chair of the committee and Vice President of the Center’s Board of Trustees said in a statement. “She brings the right combination of strong clinical skills and business/administrative skills that will build on Elaine’s outstanding legacy."
Myner has extensive experience in organizational leadership, staff training and development, assessment of community needs, grant writing, program development and implementation, and outcomes-driven management. She also has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
“Domestic violence is a significant problem in all segments of our community," Myner said in a statement. "Now at the helm of CHS, I am eager to apply my skills, knowledge and expertise to continue and expand the critical services of the Center, providing safety, hope and strength.”
The Center is a nonprofit agency offering comprehensive services to Bergen County families affected by domestic violence.
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