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Samuel Peabody P.

Chairman

CCC

HQ Phone: (212) 673-1800

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CCC

105 East 22 Street

New York, New York 10010

United States

Company Description

CCC is the leading child advocacy organization in New York City because: We are independent. We are non-profit and independent from government funding and therefore unbiased in the partnerships we form and the solutions we explore We are thorough. We wo ... more

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Employment History

Vice President

CCC

Chairman

Center for Talent Innovation

Affiliations

Founder
Reality House

Chair of the Committee for Children
Citizen

Education

Brooks

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Brooks School ~ Distinguished Broroksian

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2004 | Samuel Parkman Peabody ’44, Educator and Humanitarian Samuel Parkman Peabody graduated from Brooks in 1944, followed by Harvard University in 1950 and Columbia University in 1954.

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Peabody became the director of Broad Jump in 1977, an organization for Harlem children in grades 2 through 9 working below grade-level. A year later, he helped found Prep for Prep, which identifies academically gifted children from disadvantaged New York City schools and prepares them over a 14-month period to enter independent schools in and around Manhattan, with full scholarships. Prep for Prep flourishes today, having placed nearly 1,000 educationally deprived students in excellent schools and continuing to do tremendous good work.
After retiring from Prep or Prep in 1985, Sam became chairman of the Citizen's Committee for Children, a group devoted to researching and lobbying for children's issues. He still serves on several other non-profit boards, all related to New York City's children.


Distinguished Brooksian - Brooks School

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2004 | Samuel P. Peabody '44, Educator and Humanitarian

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2004 | Samuel P. Peabody '44, Educator and Humanitarian Samuel P. Peabody graduated from Brooks in 1944, followed by Harvard University in 1950 and Columbia University in 1954.
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Peabody became the director of Broad Jump in 1977, an organization for Harlem children in grades 2 through 9 working below grade-level. A year later, he helped found Prep for Prep, which identifies academically gifted children from disadvantaged New York City schools and prepares them over a 14-month period to enter independent schools in and around Manhattan, with full scholarships. Prep for Prep flourishes today, having placed nearly 1,000 educationally deprived students in excellent schools and continuing to do tremendous good work.
After retiring from Prep or Prep in 1985, Sam became chairman of the Citizen's Committee for Children, a group devoted to researching and lobbying for children's issues. He still serves on several other non-profit boards, all related to New York City's children.


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Brooks School ~ Distinguished Brooksian

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2004 | Samuel Parkman Peabody ’44, Educator and Humanitarian Samuel Parkman Peabody graduated from Brooks in 1944, followed by Harvard University in 1950 and Columbia University in 1954.

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Peabody became the director of Broad Jump in 1977, an organization for Harlem children in grades 2 through 9 working below grade-level. A year later, he helped found Prep for Prep, which identifies academically gifted children from disadvantaged New York City schools and prepares them over a 14-month period to enter independent schools in and around Manhattan, with full scholarships. Prep for Prep flourishes today, having placed nearly 1,000 educationally deprived students in excellent schools and continuing to do tremendous good work.
After retiring from Prep or Prep in 1985, Sam became chairman of the Citizen's Committee for Children, a group devoted to researching and lobbying for children's issues. He still serves on several other non-profit boards, all related to New York City's children.

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