Tri-County Community Action Programs, Inc., (TCCAP) is pleased to announce new leadership in the organization’s senior management team. Following the Board of Director’s appointment of Robert Boschen, former COO/CFO, to the role of CEO, TCCAP has promoted Jeanne Robillard to fill the position of COO and Randall Pilotte to fill the position of Finance Director/Interim CFO. In addition, Kristy Letendre, the Director for the Division of Alcohol and Other Drug Services has been promoted to Director of the newly formed Clinical Services Division, which will also include management of the Tamworth Dental Center.
Ms. Robillard is a nineteen year veteran with TCCAP, serving as a Program Director at the Support Center at Burch House and, more recently, as the Prevention Services Division Director overseeing Guardianship Services, Homeless Outreach Programs and CAP’s Violence Prevention programs. Randall Pilotte, previously TCCAP’s Accounting Manager, brings over 26 years of experience in managing fiscal departments to the position of Finance Director. Mr. Pilotte has been with TCCAP for three years and has extensive knowledge of non-profit and grants management. Kristy Letendre has served TCCAP’s Division of Drug and Alcohol Services for over twelve years and has extensive knowledge of clinical service standards.
Sandy Alonzo, TCCAP’s Board Chair commented that she’s “happy to see that the people who stood strong and true to CAPs mission during the “stormy weather” are being recognized for their commitment to CAP and the clients we serve. The agency is growing stronger, and the strength of our new leadership team is supporting that growth.” Alonzo also commented that the Board is looking forward to working with the new leadership team to accomplish CAP’s mission and strategic goals for the future.
According to CEO Boschen, “We searched internally and externally, and this is the team our management search group decided upon from many qualified candidates. I am excited to continue to work with all of the individuals, who were all internal candidates, and I know will continue to keep us on the path of continuing and expanding our vital work in the North Country. I’m excited by the strength of the team we have developed and will continue to develop.”
Tri-County Community Action Program, Inc., is a private, non-profit 501 (C) (3) corporation serving the needs of over 27,000 individuals and families every year through 48 service sites across the Tri-County Area. TCCAP provides opportunities and support for people to learn and grow in self-sufficiency, and to get involved in helping their neighbors, and improving the conditions in their communities.