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The New Haven Adult Education Center has hired Veronica Douglas-Givan as family and community resource coordinator, overseeing recruitment and marketing, as well as “facilitat[ing] employability skills workshops and championing the school’s community outreach efforts.” An Emmy-award-winning journalist best known for her work over the years on air and behind the scenes at at WTNH and WYBC, Douglas-Givan, who grew up in New Haven, previously helped the public school district roll out its Parent University. (Read a full release here.)

And, after a national search, the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven has promoted Christina M. Ciociola from within to the position vice-president for grantmaking and strategy. Ciociola “will have responsibility for the grantmaking, strategy development and implementation, and community knowledge work of The Foundation,” according to a release. Ciociola has worked for the foundation since 2002. “As director of knowledge and evaluation ... since 2008, she has played a central role in The Foundation’s community knowledge work and led its efforts to promote local philanthropy through giveGreater.org(r) and the The Great Give(r). In addition, Ms. Ciociola has led The Foundation’s efforts in the workforce arena through the Partnership for Economic Opportunity.” (Read a full release here.)

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