Youth Community Center

Omar Amores
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Prior to joining Greenwich House in 2012, Omar Amores worked at The Children’s Aid Society as the Assistant Director for the After-School and Summer Arts Camp program. Under his leadership as Director of After-School and Summer Arts Camp, the program

Rafat Ansari
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Rafat Ansari started teaching sewing, embroidery and puppetry at The Children’s Aid Society in Greenwich Village in 2007. She joined Greenwich House in 2012, where she teaches a wide variety of needlecrafts. Sewing and embroidery are among Rafat’s favorite hobbies,

Yenesey Concepcion
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Yenesey is a Greenwich Village native; lifelong artist and scientist. She is a Smith College graduate, who majored in Developmental Psychology with a focus in Cultural and Linguistic influence on Well – Being. She is certified in Humanitarian Communication (University

Brandon Darbhunauth
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Hi I’m Brandon Darbhunauth – the Science and Engineering teacher. In my class, I strongly encourage students to become the best problem solvers that they can be through the various experiments, challenges and engineering projects that we attempt. We will

Ryan Dennis
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Ryan Dennis started as a camper at Greenwich House in 2013. He became a counselor-in-training in 2014 and a counselor in 2016. After that, he worked his way up, becoming a science and gym teacher, Youth Civic Corps supervisor, and

Samantha Kishner
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Samantha Kishner has been working for the Greenwich House Youth and Community Center since 2021. She brings her many years of experience with children, art, and podcasting to help create a fun space for students to express themselves in a

Traci Lee
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Traci Lee is a singer, dancer, choreographer, and actress. She danced in the national tour of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, played Eponine in Les Miserables at ZACH Theater in Austin, Texas, and performed in several productions with the Dallas Theater Center

Tamain Trice
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Tamain Trice is a Greenwich House YCC specialist with over a decade of successful experience with teaching cooking and sports. Tamain has been with our program since 2005, first as a Counselor and now as Program Manager. As an Instructor;

Sally Young
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Sally Young is a working artist, street artist, poet, community activist, and community gardener, who has resided in the Bowery for mostly 40 years with a short stint around Ave. B and C in the 1980’s. Sally taught at Children’s