Big Brothers Big Sis­ters CYO re­signs

The Saratogian (Saratoga, NY) - - LOCAL NEWS - Staff re­port

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.”

PHOTO PRO­VIDED/FILE

Sab­rina Houser, seen at a pre­vi­ous event, re­signed as long­time CEO of Big Brothers Big Sis­ters of the Cap­i­tal Re­gion.

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