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Spaulding Youth Center CEO & President Receives Outstanding Women in Business Award

Northfield – Spaulding Youth Center is excited to announce that its CEO & President, Susan C. Ryan, was selected as a recipient of a 2018 Outstanding Women in Business Award. 

Presented by New Hampshire Business Review, this award celebrates the success and achievements of women in New Hampshire’s business community and are open to women from all walks of life and professions. Ms. Ryan was nominated for the award by several individuals, including long-time industry colleagues, professional connections and fellow Spaulding Youth Center colleagues. More than forty women professionals received nominations for consideration.

“Ms. Ryan’s presence, persistence and compassion for Spaulding employees and students has been just what was needed to give our organization a breath of fresh air,” said Amanda Champagne, Director of Residential Services. “Her strong leadership is certainly an inspiration to the women who serve on her staff. She is the epitome of an Outstanding Woman in Business.”

Ms. Ryan joined Spaulding Youth Center in January 2017, and during her short tenure she has already made a significant impact on the organizational structures, employee engagement, student and family resources and the strategy for Spaulding’s continued success. 

“I am thrilled and humbled to receive this incredible honor,” said Susan Ryan. “Spaulding Youth Center is such an important organization in New Hampshire. I am grateful to be a part of it and honored to be recognized among an outstanding group of professional women across many facets of business throughout the Granite State.”

The 2018 Outstanding Women in Business Awards Ceremony and Cocktail Reception will be held on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at Manchester Country Club in Bedford, New Hampshire. For more information on the event, and to learn more about this year’s honorees, visit http://www.nhbr.com/Outstanding-Women-in-Business-Awards/

About Spaulding Youth Center
Spaulding Youth Center is a leading provider of services for children and youth with neurological, emotional, behavioral, learning and/or developmental challenges, including Autism Spectrum Disorder. Services include academic, behavioral health, residential, foster care, health and wellness and family support. Spaulding Youth Center is a tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) nonprofit. For information about Spaulding Youth Center, visit www.spauldingyouthcenter.org.

Posted on: February 15, 2018
Topics: Award Winners | Something New

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