“John believes in doing whatever it takes to help Auberle’s clients achieve their goals and become independent, self-sufficient members of the community.”
McKeesport, PA (PRWEB) April 27, 2014
Auberle CEO, John Lydon, was named one of the Pittsburgh Business Times 2014 Diamond Award winners. The Diamond Awards honors the region’s top CEO’s and presidents. Being the only social service nonprofit recognized, shines a bright light on Auberle as a social service agency that creates healthy children, strong families and vibrant communities.
“John believes in doing whatever it takes to help Auberle’s clients achieve their goals and become independent, self-sufficient members of the community.” said Stephanie Walsh, Auberle’s COO. “John teaches our staff to treat every single visitor, volunteer, colleague and donor like they are valued member of the Auberle family.”
Diamond Award winners were selected based on an evaluation of their service philosophy, relationship to employees and contributions to the community. Awardees are named in three categories: small to medium for-profit, large for-profit and non-profit. John Lydon was selected in the non-profit category.
Auberle serves over 3,000 at-risk children and families annually in eight counties in southwestern Pennsylvania. We offer 16 programs including preventative and community-based services, with 40% of our clients served in their home, school or community. Auberle’s services include residential care, foster care, emergency shelter, in-home intervention, education, workforce development, drug and alcohol and mental health programs. Auberle is a recipient of the Wishart Award for Excellence in Non-Profit Management and was named Agency of the Year in the United States by the Alliance for Children and Families, the largest network of human services organizations in the United States.