Charlebois and McLeod Join AIDS Council
ALBANY, NY (07/24/2008)(readMedia)-- The AIDS Council of Northeastern New York is pleaded to announce that Sherry Charlebois has joined as Director of Client Services and Michele McLeod as Director of Human Resources.
Sherry Charlebois, Director of Client Services, was previously employed at the Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO) serving as the Director of Intake and Quality Assurance and formerly the Family Development Division Director. Charlebois is a 2006 graduate of the Rensselaer County Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Institute, has been a certified facilitator of the Family Development Credentialing Program since 2002 and is a graduate of Russell Sage College. Charlebois is the Treasurer and an active member of the Capital Region Chapter of the Family Development Association and serves as a Board member of the Family Development Association of New York State (FDANYS). In her new position, Charlebois heads the AIDS Council's Client Service Department which is responsible for getting essential services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the 15 county greater Capital Region.
Michele McLeod, Director of Human Resources, has over 15 years of human resources and business operations experience. Most recently she was Director of Human Resources for IA Systems Inc. She has also managed HR Departments at VersaTrans Solutions Inc. and Delmar/Thomson Learning. McLeod has her Bachelors in Business Administration from the Sage College of Albany and her PHR certification from the Society for Human Resource Management.
The AIDS Council of Northeastern New York is a not-for-profit human service agency whose mission is to reduce the risk, fear, and incidence of HIV infection, encourage the independence of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and promote understanding of their needs. In operation for over 24 years, the AIDS Council is the preeminent provider of AIDS services in a fifteen county region in Upstate New York with offices in Albany, Glens Falls, Hudson, Plattsburgh, Schenectady and Troy. For more information about the AIDS Council, please visit www.aidscouncil.org.