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Lyndsay Frank Hired As Director Of Communications, Community Relations For Oswego Industries, ARC Of Oswego County

FULTON, NY – Oswego Industries, Inc. and its sister agency ARC of Oswego County are proud to announce the hire of Lyndsay Frank as Director of Communications and Community Relations for the organization. In her position, Frank is responsible for fundraising, donor relations, communications, special events, public awareness and media relations for both organizations.

Lyndsay Frank
Lyndsay Frank

Frank comes to Oswego Industries, Inc. from Communities In Schools of Pennsylvania, a dropout prevention organization, where she served as Executive Director of the Capital Region affiliate based in Harrisburg.

Prior to that, she worked in the public relations division in the Harrisburg office of Tierney, a full-service agency, based in Philadelphia, where she worked on a variety of clients including Verizon Wireless, Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, FELD Entertainment, Jack Welch MBA program and the ACES Train, to name a few.

Frank received her Bachelor’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University and currently resides in Fulton.

Oswego Industries, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit Community Rehabilitation Program which has been providing programs and services to adults with disabilities since 1968.

Services include pre-vocational and vocational training, day habilitation services, and Medicaid Service Coordination. Its mission is to be a partner in the development of comprehensive community services designed to improve the quality of life for all people, with the primary emphasis on those with disabilities, by providing the necessary support programs to enable individuals to grow with dignity and achieve their highest level of independence and self-fulfillment.

The organization was named winner of the chamber of commerce Not-For-Profit of the Year Award for 2009. Its sister agency, ARC of Oswego County, provides services to children and seniors with disabilities: together creating a comprehensive support system for Oswego County residents with disabilities.