Big Brothers Big Sisters CYO resigns
ALBANY, N.Y. >> Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region announced the resignation of longtime CEO, Sabrina Houser, effective at the end of 2019. Houser has been a part of the agency since 1996, taking the role of CEO in 2010. She is stepping down to run her own company, Capital CFO LLC.
“In the time since Sabrina became CEO, BBBSCR has become stronger, served more Capital Region Littles, and touched more lives in our community. We will be eternally grateful for her dedication and commitment to our mission,” said Noelle Podoba, President of the Board of Directors.
A search for Houser’s replacement is underway. Those interested are asked to forward their resumes to [email protected] Houser will be staying on to aid in the transition and to assist with the agency’s aggressive growth plan for the coming years.
“Being part of this agency for 20 years and serving BBBSCR as the CEO has been the greatest privilege of my professional life. Almost every day since I became a Big Sister in 1996, I have been inspired by our Littles, our mission, and our values,” said Houser. “I have been surrounded with an outstanding Board of Directors and mentors and am deeply grateful to those who believed in me more than I believed in myself.
“There is no agency that defends and protects the potential of our kids better than Big Brothers Big Sisters. With our dedicated staff and powerful board, BBBSCR is well-positioned to meet the growing needs of our community.”
Sabrina Houser, seen at a previous event, resigned as longtime CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region.