Cindy oversees grants for individuals, public health initiatives, and human services initiatives.
Cindy Milian holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a concentration in psychology from the State University of New York at Albany and has over 25 years of experience working with families as an Early Intervention Specialist, Therapeutic Staff Support, Home Health Aide Supervisor, Caseworker, and Casework Supervisor.
For the past 20 years, she had worked for Berks County Children and Youth Services (BCCYS) as an Intake/Screening Caseworker, Quality Assurance Specialist, and as an Intake/Screening Casework Supervisor who has also provided training for community agencies throughout Berks County. Cindy worked as a trainer for the University of Pittsburgh Child Welfare Resource Center, teaching Children & Youth Caseworkers across the state, the “Engaging Latino Families” curriculum.
Cindy was also the co-chair for the PA Child Welfare Diversity Taskforce for over 10 years. In Cindy’s spare time, she enjoys being involved in functions held by her church, Hope of the Nations Christian Center. Cindy also enjoys returning to New York City to visit with family, eat a variety of delicious foods and attend Broadway Musicals. In the future, Cindy looks forward to enjoying traveling and watching her children learn and grow in adulthood, which will hopefully include grandchildren soon.
As a first-generation American-born Latina, native New Yorker, mother of 2 children, and a military spouse, Cindy has experienced living in a variety of culturally diverse environments which have well prepared her for her work in health and human services.