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Tosh Named Executive Director at Boys’ Club of New York PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 23 April 2010 02:19

Stephen Tosh has been appointed Executive Director at the Boys’ Club of New York (BCNY).

Tosh comes to BCNY from the Phipps Community Development Corporation where, for 10 years, he served as Executive Director/CEO of this vibrant multi-site human service agency. Under his leadership, Phipps developed a wide range of highly regarded early childhood, youth development, and teen programs. In addition, Phipps offers a continuum of targeted adult education, workforce development, case management, and supported housing services.  

Prior to joining Phipps, Tosh was a Vice President of Justice Resource Institute in Boston, where he developed and managed prevention, education, and treatment programs for delinquent and mentally ill adolescents. He has also served as the Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club of Albany, the Director of Non-Secure Detention for the New York City Department of Juvenile Justice, and Director of Community Care at the New York City Youth Bureau.

Tosh was an adjunct instructor in the New York University Sociology Department and also taught at the Manhattan Children’s Psychiatric Center. He has a MA/ABD in Sociology from New York University and received his BA from Dartmouth College.

BCNY is the nation’s oldest boys club, now in its 133rd year. Through its clubhouses and summer camp, BCNY offers programs that help boys and young men stay in school and go on to college, discover their individual musical and artistic talents, and develop healthy bodies through all kinds of recreation.

 

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