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Lynda Lowin Named PRC's New Executive Director

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Lynda Lowin, the PRC's new Executive Director. 

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The Nonnie Hood Parent Resource Center (PRC) is delighted to introduce our new Executive Director, Lynda Lowin.


Lynda comes to the PRC with significant leadership experience in non-profit programs serving families in our community.  As a former director of Turning Point, a program of Catholic Charities Steuben, Lynda oversaw four centers throughout Steuben County serving families in economic need.  She was involved with local and national leadership development in the mother's group MOPS International ("Mothers of Preschoolers") and helped found the local MOPS chapters in Painted Post, NY and Arkport, NY.  More recently, Lynda was the Director of Development at Family Life Ministries. Lynda is a frequent volunteer in the Corning area and in her home community of Hammondsport where she serves on the Hammondsport School Board.


Lynda’s passion for the PRC and its mission is rooted in her own experience as a mother who once brought her children to the PRC.


“When my first child was born, so was a passion for connecting and encouraging parents during early child development years,” says Lowin. “The Nonnie Hood PRC provided a place for me to connect with others and enrich the lives of my children. As they grew, it became my privilege to help support our resilient, caring community through non-profit work and volunteer opportunities. Today, joining the team at the PRC feels like coming home.”

Lynda was selected after a board-led search this fall for a new director, following Executive Director Shena Rossettie’s decision to resign. 

“On behalf of the PRC’s board of directors, I enthusiastically welcome Lynda to leadership at the PRC,” said Brittany Linder, board president. “Her extensive nonprofit leadership experience, strong community ties and passion for our mission make her an excellent fit for PRC leadership. I look forward to working with Lynda and the board to support families in our community."

To reach out to Lynda to welcome her, introduce yourself, or ask any questions, please contact her at:

Lynda's son Aaron at the PRC in 2001.

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