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Diane J. Rosenthal

Advisory Council

Latino U College Access

HQ Phone:  (914) 839-0010

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Latino U College Access

75 Virginia Road, 2nd Fl

White Plains, New York,10603

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Vice President Development and Investor Relations

Career Resources , Inc.

Executive Director

Literacy Volunteers

Executive Director


Executive Director

The National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship , Inc.


The Connecticut Association for Adult and Continuing Education

Board Member

Neighbors Link Stamford

Board Member




Fordham University

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Who We Are | Latino U College Access

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Diane Rosenthal
Executive Director, Rye Youth Council

Staff and Advisory Board | NFTE

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Diane Rosenthal,Executive Director, joined the NFTE team in June 2012 and works closely with community leaders, volunteers and staff to ensure high quality program outcomes.
Diane has as over 25 years of experience in non-profit management. Prior to joining NFTE FC Diane was the executive director of Literacy Volunteers-Stamford/Greenwich for ten years - the top performing volunteer-based adult education organization in Connecticut. She was the executive director of The New York Public Library's adult education and literacy program for ten years. Diane earned an MS in education from Fordham University and started her career as a middle school teacher in Yonkers, NY. She has served on the Board of Directors of Neighbors Link Stamford and the Connecticut Association of Adult and Continuing Education and is on the Advisory Council for Latino U College Access.

MyRye.com: Rye Youth Council Names New Exec Director

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The Rye Youth Council, a local non-profit organization focused on supporting school-aged children and teens in Rye in their social-emotional development, is pleased to announce the appointment of Diane Rosenthal as its new Executive Director.
"After an extensive search, we are extremely happy to welcome Diane in this role," says Lisa Dominici Faries, President of the Board of Directors. Most recently, Ms. Rosenthal was the Vice President of Development and Investor Relations at Career Resources, Inc., a workforce development organization in Bridgeport, CT. In her tenure with CRI she significantly increased revenue with a combination of federal, state and foundation grants, initiated new programs and expanded outreach efforts. Prior to joining CRI, Ms Rosenthal served as the executive director for the Fairfield/Westchester County Chapter of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, a global non-profit that provides entrepreneurship and career awareness education to students in under-resourced school districts. She is looking forward to this new challenge. "I am honored and excited to join the Rye Youth Council team. The commitment of everyone in this organization to ensuring that all young people in our community can fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams in a safe and nurturing environment is what makes it so special. I look forward to building on the Rye Youth Council's successful history of providing social and emotional learning opportunities for our youth and working with the team to create the next chapter of our history." Ms. Rosenthal's long list of credentials includes both professional and volunteer positions in the field of adult education and literacy. She also brings with her a history of strong relationships in Westchester County, where she has collaborated with community, business and government leaders.

Program Offices | NFTE

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(Fairfield County, CT and Westchester County, NY) Diane Rosenthal, Executive Director 70 West Red Oak Lane White Plains, NY 10604
914 607 4811 diane.rosenthal@nfte.com

Literacy Volunteers - LVSG Staff

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Diane Rosenthal – Executive Director
Diane joined Literacy Volunteers in 2001. Under Diane's guidance LVSG is now ranked among the nation's top five percent of volunteer-based literacy organizations. She began her career in adult education at The New York Public Library where she served as the Literacy Director for thirteen years. Prior to joining LVSG she was the Executive Director of What Works Literacy Partnership, a nationwide initiative designed to help adult education programs develop their accountability systems. Diane currently serves on the CAACE (Connecticut Association of Adult and Continuing Education) Board. She received her M.S. in Education from Fordham University. "Greenwich and Stamford are filled with remarkable people dedicated to making access to education a community priority. I am grateful for their support and proud of the accomplishments of our students," says Diane.

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