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News & Views - Aug, 1996 Issue #41 

CEDU ANNOUNCES PROMOTIONS 

Bill Valentine, Executive Director of Southern California programs for the CEDU Family of Services, said today that Delia Albertoni has been promoted from Middle School Program Director to Program Director of CEDU Mountain, which includes both CEDU Middle School and High School. 

Martin Wiens was also promoted, from Team Leader at CEDU High School to Assistant Program Director of CEDU Mountain. Other changes include: Brandi Eliott, from Team Leader at CEDU Middle School to Team Leader at the High School; Mary Dunfee moved from Assistant Team Leader at CEDU Middle School to Family Resource Manager for CEDU Mountain; Renee Roulet, Family Resource Coordinator to Assistant Team Leader at CEDU Middle School; Cassy McGreevey, Family Resource Coordinator, CEDU Middle School, to Team Leader. Also, Kari VomSteeg, Program Activities Coordinator at CEDU Middle School moves to Program Activities Coordinator for all of CEDU Mountain. 

According to Valentine, the changes will foster continuity between the two programs, and better utilize staff talents across programs. 

The CEDU Family of Services comprises six residential therapeutic programs for boys and girls 12-18 who have moderate emotional and behavioral problems. Most have accredited academic programs that complement rigorous emotional growth curricula. In addition to the programs in Southern California near the resort community of Running Springs, CEDU has four programs in Northern Idaho. 

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