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Shelton grief support center fills leadership positions

August 26, 2018

SHELTON — Adam’s House has hired a new director of development and new director of community Outreach to help advance the nonprofit center, which is devoted to offering free educational and peer-support programs to grieving children and families in Connecticut.

Adam’s House founder and executive director Allison Wysota said she is very excited to announce that Sara Aylward is the new director of development and Sarah Domena is the new director of community outreach. Both women start their new positions this week.

“The executive committee selected these two very high-caliber, experienced women from a pool of more than 50 outstanding candidates,” said Wysota in a news release. “Sara Aylward is originally from Ansonia and has worked for the Valley United Way for several years and launched their first gala. Sarah Domena also has ties to the Valley community as well through her past employment. She brings a very strong marketing background, and great enthusiasm, energy and passion for her newly created role at Adam’s House. With both of these wonderful new additions to our staff, I believe Adam’s House is in very good hands to reach new heights in the next year.”

Adam’s House provides grief support and education for Connecticut children, aged 4 through 18, and their families in a Victorian home at 241 Coram Ave. in Shelton. Families and children coping with loss due to the death of parent, grandparent, sibling or significant person in their life can find solace and comfort here. As a nonprofit organization, Adam’s House provides all peer-support programs free for all children and families.

For more information, contact www.adamshousect.org.

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