Thea Jandzio – Brief Introduction.

Thea Jandzio assists Continuum of Care community plans to offer emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing and other related services. HUD has required communities to do systemic planning in addressing the homeless crisis on local levels. Thea Jandzio is a dedicated Clinical Social Worker who also brings a wealth of management experience to Social Services Organizations.

 

 

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Thea Jandzio – Three Facts About Homelessness

Thea Jandzio is an Executive Manager in the health and human services industry. Thea Jandzio managed street homeless programs in New York City for ten years and often provided assistance to chronically homeless individuals. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of New York and has a Masters of Social Work from Fordham University.

Here are three facts about homelessness in the United States.

  • According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), there are more than 600,000 homeless people in the United States on any given night. The majority of homeless individuals spend the night either in short-term transitional housing or homeless shelters. However, more than a third live in cars, under bridges. on subways and in parks.
  • The Department of Housing and Urban Development reports one-quarter of homeless individuals are children. About 138,000 homeless people are children under the age of 18, on any given night in the United States. Thousands of these children are unaccompanied. No Child Left Behind, a federal program, defines homeless children as those living in shelters and the homes of others due to economic hardship.
  • Of the 600,000 people that are homeless every night, 57,000 are veterans. 5,000 of those veterans are women and 60 percent of homeless veterans are in shelters. The other forty percent are unsheltered.

Thea Jandzio is currently the Executive Program Director of Adult and Family Residential Services with the Jewish Board of Family and Children services. It is the largest non-profit organization in New York City.

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Thea Jandzio – Three Characteristics Required of an Executive Manager

Thea Jandzio is an experienced Executive Manager in the health and human services industry. Thea Jandzio currently works for the Jewish Board of Family and Children Services, which is the largest non-profit in New York City. Thea Jandzio is the Executive Program Director of Adult and Family Residential Services and is primarily responsible for managing and administering programs.

Three traits are beneficial for an Executive Manager to possess:

  • Executive managers must have team leadership skills. They must be able to ensure that all team members are invested in providing a positive influence towards the outcome of the main objective. Leadership also requires Executive Managers to act as a resource to the team and be able to provide inspiration when necessary.
  • Executive managers must be able to take responsibility for the programs they are managing. Executive Managers are in charge of their programs while also showing trust and confidence in the employees working on the project.
  • Executive managers are able to show humility when sharing their achievements and admit their mistakes when appropriate. Mistakes should be discussed and used as an opportunity to learn and improve. Sharing past achievements with humility instills confidence in others and can be used as a source of inspiration.

 

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Thea Jandzio is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of New York. She has a Masters of Social Work from Fordham University. She spent ten years managing street homeless programs in New York City working with the chronically homeless.

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Thea Jandzio – Family Therapy

Thea Jandzio is an experienced professional and Executive Manager in the health and human services industry. She has over twenty years of experience in the industry.

Thea Jandzio is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the State of New York, and has a Certificate in Family Therapy from the Family Therapy Institute of New Jersey. Family therapy involves counseling members of the whole family to solve problems that are affecting the entire family unit. Many times it is an individual’s problem that is affecting the family, such as an addiction to drugs or alcohol, depression, or behavioral problems.

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When there are problems with one family member, it can often be an indicator of larger problems within the family. Family therapy is solution-oriented. It also tends to be shorter in duration, and with more specific end goals.

Thea Jandzio is currently the Executive Program Director of Adult and Family Residential Services at the Jewish Board of Family and Children Services, which is the largest non-profit in New York City. Prior to that, she spent ten years managing homeless programs that worked with chronically homeless individuals in New York City.

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Being an Executive Manager at The Jewish Board, Inc.

Communities always have an opportunity to come together for great causes. Social problems seem to happen for many reasons. Complications have many origins that can bring hardship to people in a community. In New York City, there is the Jewish Board of Family and Children Services which was started in 1874.

Recently the organization acquired another large and diverse nonprofit organization. The Federation Employment Guidance Services (FEGS) was a Manhattan-based social service agency. For 81 years, FEGS provided behavioral and residential services to those suffering with mental health challenges. The Jewish Board of Family and Children Services will take over the portfolio of behavioral and residential services. Thea Jandzio is a well-respected executive program director at The Jewish Board, Inc. who manages the adult and family residential services division.

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The Importance of HIV/AIDS Programs

It is important to provide support for people who suffer from HIV/AIDS. Research has brought medical advancements in treating those who suffer from this disease. At the moment, there is no cure, but proven treatments can assist in controlling symptoms and medical complications.

Organizations play a vital role in helping individuals, families and communities cope with the disease of HIV/AIDS. Some organizations may conduct research while others may offer direct service provision to help individuals and families cope the disease. Public Health Solutions is a nonprofit organization that focuses on finding solutions to prevent disease and provide services to the community. Thea Jandzio was employed at Public Health Solutions as a Contract Manager for Medical and Health Research Association; HIV Care Services. She is a compassionate individual who cares for the needs of struggling populations, including but not limited to those suffering from poverty, HIV and AIDS. She understands the importance of HIV prevention, direct service delivery programs and research based funding and policy.

Thea Jandzio: Great Accomplishments as a Senior Manager

Reaching established goals and outcomes is progress in any organization. For the professional that strives to manage various projects simultaneously and is able to maintain a leadership role; senior management often identifies these employees to promote within. The majority of management positions require years of valuable experience, education and in some cases credentialing. Having a background in leadership is desired by many employers. Most senior managers have the authority to influence decision making in an organization.

Managing and ensuring that programs are running effectively is an expectation Thea Jandzio strives for. She is involved and sees the importance of staff development to ensure personnel are up to date with the latest information pertaining to best practices, outcome measures and the importance to use modern technology to improve efficiency and productivity.

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