Vice President, Residential & Juvenile Justice Services
Diane Krasnoff oversees group living for young mothers, LGBTQ youth, court involved youth and youth with special needs or a behavioral health issue; evidence-based preventive services for adolescents and their families; supportive housing for young adults and special pilot projects. Before she became Assistant Executive Director in 2010, Diane served as SCO’s Quality Improvement Director for adolescent and young adult services. Diane oversaw the internal quality monitoring of SCO’s programs for youth for fourteen years making sure regulatory requirements and standards of funding and government agencies are met, and ensuring the safety, permanency and well-being for adolescents served.
Prior to her seventeen years at SCO Diane spent fifteen years as a group leader of parent workshops at the Center for Parents and Children, where she also served as a board member from 1987-1993. Diane was a board member at North Shore Child & Family Guidance Association, a leading Long Island children’s mental health center.
Diane is a graduate of the State University of New York at Albany.
of children in our early education centers met or exceeded national literacy performance standards
children and young adults through foster care programs