Tammy Sneed, Director of Girls’ Services for the Department of Children and Families and Hector Glynn, Vice President of Outpatient Behavioral Services for the Village for Families and Children have been chosen for the awards by the Connecticut nonprofit that protects the legal rights of abused and neglected children.
The two were chosen for their ongoing commitment to improving the lives of the state’s most vulnerable children and youths,
“The supports our partners provide to children and youth are critical,” said Martha Stone, Executive Director of the Center for Children’s Advocacy. ” The Center’s Champion of Children Award recipients have worked tirelessly to give children and youth the opportunity they deserve to be safe, be healthy, and look forward to a secure future.”
This year’s Champion of Children awards event will be held on May 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Mark Twain House in Hartford.