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Nate Turner-Hassell headshotTurner-Hassell honored by Israel A.M.E. Church

Natélegé Turner-Hassell  was recently honored by Israel A.M.E. Church’s “A Celebration of Women” and recognized as Powerful Women and Organizations Vital to the Capital District Community.    The event was a celebration of the contributions of several powerful women who have sacrificed their time, talent and treasure to help others live their best lives.

“A Celebration of Women” was held on April 8, 2018 at the Desmond Hotel and hosted by The Reverend Craig T. Robinson, Jr., Pastor.    Mrs. Turner-Hassell also received special congressional recognition from the Honorable Paul Tonko.

Mrs. Turner-Hassell has served as Principal of School 2 since 2015 and is the administrator for 350 students.   She believes that education has the power to transform student’s lives and is committed to helping them do so.

 

Turner-Hassell named “Champion of Community Action” by CEO

Natélegé Turner-Hassell has been selected as one of CEO’s “Champions of Community Action” and will be honored at the Community Action Luncheon on September 19, 2018 at the Hilton Garden Inn.

“Champions of Community Action” are awarded to individuals in various industries – business, nonprofit, and education, who demonstrate unwavering dedication in advocating for the needs of children and families who face economic hardship.  Mrs. Turner-Hassell has served as Principal of School 2 since 2015 and administrator for 350 students.   She believes that education has the power to transform student’s lives and is committed to helping them do so.

Each year, the Commission on Economic Opportunity (CEO) welcomes friends and supporters to an annual celebration, showcasing the mission and work of CEO in Rensselaer County while honoring individual and businesses that are transforming their communities through advocacy, empowerment, investment, and compassion for those living in poverty.  Proceeds from the Community Action Luncheon will support organizational programs and services that reach more than 12,000 children and families each year.