New HOUR for Women and Children-Long Island executive director, Angela Delcid, is responsible for building the young organization’s brand on Long Island, expanding the women’s educational programming in the Riverhead Correctional Facility, and providing ongoing direct service and referrals to women and mothers re-entering from the Long Island jails at each stage of re-entry. In addition, her role is to deepen relationships with other advocacy, re-entry, and community base service providers and leaders. Prior to taking on the role of ED at New HOUR she was the Dean of Admissions at LIU Post campus, where she worked closely with the Long Island school districts to address the needs of immigrant student populations and served as an advocate for first generation college students and awareness about access to opportunity. She has extensive background in working with international and underrepresented student populations through her work at New York Institute of Technology, Hofstra University, and The University of Miami. Her passion for community outreach and advocacy for women and children stem from her early professional experience in working with SEPA Mujer and providing support services to victims of domestic violence. Angela earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science Degrees at Hofstra University. She currently resides in Suffolk County with her husband and six year old daughter.