June 11, 2014

Early Childhood Resource Center parent specialist inducted into YWCA Women’s Hall of Fame

Dianna Boggia, parent specialist at the Early Childhood Resource Center, is one of nine women in Stark County recently inducted into the YWCA Women's Hall of Fame for accomplishments in their respective fields in the community. Boggia was inducted in the human service field.

Boggia is a guest columnist for The Repository. She serves as a parent consultant for child and behavioral health and as a mental health consultant for SPARK (Supportive Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids) Responsive Services Team, specifically assisting with adolescent behavioral through the Early Childhood Resource Center.

“These women are no stranger to hard work, determination and breaking through barriers. We thank them for their service,” said Kelly Blandford Bah, the new executive director of the YWCA. “The YWCA in Canton is driven by its mission of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people. Our 2014 Stark County Women's Hall of Fame is proud to honor them and write them into our 105-year YWCA story.”

The Early Childhood Resource Center is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System.

Pictured (front, left to right) Jenna Humphries and Connor Curran (Daughter of Cheli Curran), and (back, left to right) Beth Clark-Thomas, Jennifer Anderson, Diana Boggia, Darleen Moss, Gloria Pope, Cheli Curran, Mayor Kathy Catazaro-Perry, and Lucia Pileggi.

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