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Local Head Start Administrator Graduates From UCLA Head Start Management Fellows Program

7/27/2018, 6 a.m.
Training completed by Head Start executive Aamil Abdul-Saboor will ultimately benefit children and their families from Union Baptist-Harvey Johnson Head ...
(Left to right) Local head start administrator, Aamil Abdul-Saboor recently completed a leadership and management development program at UCLA Anderson School of Management. (Left to right) Alfred E. Osborne, Jr., Ph.D., Interim Dean, UCLA Anderson School of Management; Ariella Herman, Ph.D., Research Director, UCLA Health Care Institute; Yasmine Daniel-Vargas, director, National Center on Program Management and Fiscal Operations; Aamil Abdul-Saboor, Family Service Coordinator Supervisor, Union Baptist-Harvey Johnson Head Start; Shawna Pinckney, director, Grants Division, Office of Head Start; and Conrad Person, director, Corporate Contributions, Johnson & Johnson (retired). Courtesy Photo/Head Start

— Training completed by Head Start executive Aamil Abdul-Saboor will ultimately benefit children and their families from Union Baptist-Harvey Johnson Head Start in Baltimore City. Aamil Saboor is one of 38 graduates of the 2018 UCLA Head Start Management Fellows Program, an intensive 12-day leadership and management development program, conducted at the UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles. The program was developed in 1991 to strengthen the management and leadership skills of Head Start administrators and is currently funded by the Head Start National Center on Program and Management and Fiscal Operations.

Throughout the program, fellows are equipped with the tools they will need to effectively lead and deliver developmental services in changing environments, secure funding, efficiently implement programs and network with other Head Start executives across the nation. Since the program’s inception, 1,560 executives have graduated with enhanced management and leadership abilities.

“Head Start creates the foundation for a wonderful future for children and their families,” said Yasmine Daniel-Vargas, director of the National Center on Program Management and Fiscal Operations. “Graduates of the UCLA Head Start Management Fellows Program have introduced successful community initiatives that make a lasting impact on the health, nutrition, and school readiness of the children they serve. The commitment of the UCLA Anderson School of Management to teaching excellence is a hallmark of the program’s enduring success.”

Head Start programs provide comprehensive developmental services to low-income, preschool children and their families. Head Start also provides a range of medical, dental, mental health and nutrition care, and parent involvement services.