Yatin Dua has been named Executive Director of Catholic Charities Community Service’s Westside Head Start program,
which provides comprehensive, early and continuous year-round childhood education.
Dua joined Westside Head Start in 2017 as Program Design and Management Administrator after two years as Budget Analyst with the Macon, Ga.-based Telemon Corporation’s Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Program that served more than 5,500 children in six states.
“Dua brings tremendous experience, expertise and deep-rooted knowledge of the importance and value of the Head Start program to the position,” said Carrie Mascaro, Vice President of Central Program Operations. “His business background adds an important perspective to the day-to-day operations of Head Start in his ability to identify trends, develop solutions and apply critical thinking.”
A native of India, Dua holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with honors from the University of Delhi and he completed a post-graduate Integrated Professional Competence Course at the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Dua enjoys traveling, watching and playing cricket and he is “intrigued by upcoming technologies such as AI,” he said, with an affinity for “creating Apps to simplify the business process.”
For more information about Westside Head Start and all of Catholic Charities Community Services programs, which are currently operating in a virtual environment, visit www.CatholicCharitiesAZ.org. Online applications are currently being accepted for the 2020-2021 school year.