Center Director Gladys Miranda Receives Gleason Grant for Girls First
Please join us in congratulating Gladys Miranda, Director of Kidopolis Child Development Center, for being honored with a Gleason Grant. Girls First will receive a check for $250 in her name.
Gladys volunteers one full week (Saturday – Friday) during the summer and one weekend morning a month. She serves as a role model to disadvantaged girls from the New Orleans metro area, leading them in team building activities and sports.
Our special thanks to Diane Trister Dodge, Founder of Teaching Strategies, a member of the Bright Horizons Education Advisory Board and a friend of the Foundation. Her generous donation in honor of retired Foundation President, Dave Gleason, supports the Gleason Grant Program.