SARATOGA SPRINGS — Franklin Community Center announced the addition of their newest member, Stacie Haswell Arpey, to their Board of Directors.
For Haswell Arpey, joining the board is the culmination of her work on behalf of the community and causes the center supports. Haswell Arpey and her husband Mike were born and raised in Saratoga Springs, as were their two sons. Her parents were teachers in local schools. Haswell Arpey has been director of The Local Egg Foundation, which offers educational support to local students, aged 11 to 18.
After earning a BS in Labor Relations/Public Policy from Syracuse University, Haswell Arpey worked as a labor-relations specialist at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. She then earned a Master’s in Clinical Psychology and Certification in School Psychology and worked as a School Psychologist in Pennsylvania and New York.
Currently, Haswell Arpey also serves on the board of directors at Yaddo and works with philanthropic organizations in Washington, D.C., where she and her husband maintain a residence.
Haswell Arpey will join the board of directors under the leadership of Christopher Cook, President; Jason Lynch, Vice President; Andrew Ferrara, Treasurer; and Matthew Riker, Secretary. Other current board members include Matthew Brobston, Molly Bush, Stephen Cutting-Miller, Karen D’Andrea, GeorgeIgler,ZacharyManz,Anne Marko, Marne Onderdonk, Michael Russo, and Reverend Drew Sperry.
After 16 years of service, Brian Corcoran has stepped down from the board. During his tenure, Corcoran had filled many roles including president, vice president, treasurer and finance committee member.
To learn more about Franklin Community Center, the services offered or how to help, visit the website www.franklincommunitycenter.org.