A Child’s Haven Appoints Tanya Camunas Executive Director

Greenville, SC – On January 23, 2020, A Child’s Haven (ACH) Board of Directors voted to promote Tanya Camunas to Executive Director of the organization. Camunas now leads ACH’s efforts to provide therapeutic childcare to young at-risk children with social and emotional challenges while educating and supporting their caregivers.

ACH Board of Directors President, Danny Mezzancello, on the decision, “Ms. Camunas’ passion for and experience with the cause, methodical decision making, and natural leadership style uniquely equip her to further the critical mission at A Child’s Haven. The Board is excited to have Ms. Camunas shepherd the organization into its next chapter.”

Camunas joined ACH as Director of Quality Assurance & Program Evaluation in July 2017 and was promoted to Senior Director of Program and Strategy in November 2018.  Prior to her time at ACH, she worked in the field for over a decade including owning a nonprofit consulting business, Program Director of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA/GAL) in Colorado, and Florida Department of Social Services. Camunas holds degrees in Human Services and Business Economics, and she specializes in performance measurement, program evaluation, strategic planning and program development.

“It is a true honor to serve this amazing organization in this new capacity and work with such a talented team. I am committed to ensure we advance our mission to provide at risk children and families with therapeutic services they need to thrive. We are confident we will demonstrate that every community needs a place like A Child’s Haven.”

About A Child’s Haven (ACH):  Founded in 1992 by Eva P. Hunt, ACH is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that that treats children with developmental delays as a result of limited resources, abuse, or neglect, and provides support and education for their families.  It is one of only two therapeutic childcare service providers in South Carolina. https://achildshaven.org

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