New York, NY — PLACE NYC (Parent Leaders for Accelerated Curriculum and Education) announces Maud Maron’s decision to step down as Co-President of the organization, effective immediately. Chien Kwok will continue to lead PLACE NYC as the sole President.
As a co-founder of PLACE NYC, Maud Maron has been a passionate advocate for access to accelerated education and enrichment opportunities for all students in New York City. Her dedication, commitment, and tireless efforts have made a significant impact on the organization’s mission to ensure that every child has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Maud for her invaluable contributions and unwavering commitment to this cause.
Chien Kwok, who has served as Co-President alongside Maud Maron, will assume the role of sole President of PLACE NYC.
“I want to express my sincere appreciation to Maud for her dedication and hard work during her tenure as Co-President and her advocacy as one of the founders of PLACE NYC. I am honored to continue to serve as the sole President and look forward to building on the progress we have made. Our commitment to equitable access to accelerated education remains as strong as ever to make a positive impact in the lives of New York City students,” said Kwok.