New Leadership, Same Mission

After more than a year and a half of being a part of this great organization, I am honored to be appointed the National Service Office for Nurse-Family Partnership and Child First’s Interim President and CEO by our board.

Frank Daidone announced his resignation as the President and CEO after more than five years with the organization; he will be joining a fast-growing Chicago-based tech startup. Frank led the NSO to achieve unprecedented growth to serve more families — his leadership provided a major commitment to racial equity and brought a merger with Child First to unify and expand two proven evidence-based programs. The NSO is grateful for the strides we made under Frank’s guidance, and we’re committed to continuing the work.

Our mission to impact the lives of families that we know are improved through our programs feels more urgent than ever given the social and economic climate we face. In partnership with the NSO and our network, I am excited to build on our mission to help our families thrive, provide continuity and tackle our priorities while the board of directors recruits a new permanent CEO to lead our next chapter. David Perez, a board member who is Co-Chair of the search committee, noted that the right person for the job will be someone who is dedicated to our mission and values, is committed to learning and will seamlessly fit into the culture of the NSO.

The NSO is excited to see what’s in store for the growth of our programs and the leadership that will shape the next stage of our organization. I look forward to seeing what lies ahead, and I’m honored to offer my guidance as we make this transition.

In unity and always striving to thrive for our families, our network and each other,

Charlotte

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