Released by Big Brother, Big Sisters Thursday:
WICHITA, Kan. – Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters (KSBBBS), the second largest one-to-one mentoring organization in the nation, announced a reorganization of staff today. The restructuring includes the appointment of Area Supervisors who will provide leadership, guidance and support to other Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies statewide.
Nancy Daniels will continue to serve as Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Topeka and will take on new responsibilities as a Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters Area Supervisor beginning June 1, 2011.
“Making these changes will allow us to streamline our processes, focus on strategic planning and fund development while providing high-quality services for children statewide,” Dan Soliday, President/CEO, KSBBBS. “The appointment of these Area Supervisors will make our organization more statewide in its approach to management. Nancy is a great example of a true leader in our organization. We feel her experience and success in non-profit management will be an outstanding resource for other Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies in the area and across the state.”
Daniels has been with Big Brothers Big Sisters for five years.
“While at BBBS, Nancy has done an amazing job of providing high-quality mentoring services to at-risk youth in the Topeka area,” Soliday said.
In 2010 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Topeka served 540 children and was given the “Gold Award” by Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters for high achievement in quality standards including growth in children served, how long the mentoring relationships last and increasing sustainability (revenue growth).
Daniels came to Big Brothers Big Sisters after working with United Way of Greater Topeka for 18 years. While at United Way, she served as the Director of Community Initiatives and Success By 6®. Daniels holds a Masters in Public Administration and is an active member of Downtown Rotary, Heartland Sertoma and Countryside United Methodist Church. In 2011 she was honored by Living the Dream for Outstanding Community Service.