PALMYRA — Stacey Denniston will soon be overseeing the activities of The Green Angels - Giving Forward and Back. Stacey assumed the role of executive director of The Green Angels on Oct. 21.
Marya Vande-Doyle, President, The Green Angels is thrilled with the new leadership appointment.
“Stacey is a perfect fit with TGA. Ms. Denniston has extensive experience working with community need,” Vande-Doyle said. “Stacey’s acute attention to detail, ability to organize, youth outreach expertise and positive approach will fold flawlessly into our child-centered initiatives.”
Stacey is a graduate of Palmyra-Macedon School District and is married to fellow Pal-Mac graduate Timothy Denniston. Stacey is the proud mother of three and lives in Wayne County. Denniston graduated from St. Bonaventure University with a B.A. in Psychology and earned a M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling from SUNY Albany. Shortly after graduating from SUNY Albany she began working as the Disability Specialist at Cayuga Community College providing accommodations and services for students with disabilities and acting as liaison between students and local agencies. Most recently Stacey has placed her energy into raising her three children, while remaining active on local committees and substitute teaching. In her free time Stacey enjoys, running, reading, and spending time with her children.
Denniston exudes her commitment to children sharing.
"I love kids and am very understanding and compassionate about the many joys and challenges of being a parent,” she said. “We live in a very unique community with an unprecedented amount of support and I'm honored to be a part of such an amazing organization."
The Green Angels - Giving Forward and Back are a 501c3 Nonprofit Charitable Organization founded by Bill Doyle & Marya Vande-Doyle in 2008. The Green Angels aims to improve the health, safety and comfort of local children with quality gently used toys, books and clothes at no cost, while encouraging citizens to experience the benefits of giving back to their community by recycling items their family has outgrown.
The Green Angels in partnership with the Wayne County Rural Health Network of the Rochester General Health System will host the 5th Annual Holiday Free-Cycle and Children’s Health Fair, Dec. 7. Location and event announcements will be available at www.the-green-angels.org shortly. Call (315) 573-3200 or email Stacey@the-green-angels.org with questions.