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Jason Honecker is named ANDRUS’ Chief Operating Officer

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, New York, January 2017 – ANDRUS President and CEO Bryan R. Murphy is pleased to announce that Jason Honecker has joined the nonprofit as Chief Operating Officer. In this position, Mr. Honecker will be both strategically and operationally responsible for day to day operations at ANDRUS.

We are delighted to welcome Jason Honecker to ANDRUS. His substantial knowledge and experience in operations in the public and private education sectors are integral to advancing our nonprofit and empowering children and families to live as fully as possible,” said ANDRUS President and CEO Bryan R. Murphy.

Mr. Honecker has over 17 years of operational experience and has held numerous positions such as Director of Education, National Director of Education, Executive Director and Vice President of Operations. Prior to joining ANDRUS, Mr. Honecker worked at a post-secondary school group serving as Group President.  This organization serves over 13,000 students and 4,000 employees.  In that position he had direct oversite of 12 campuses. In addition, in the three years prior to joining ANDRUS Mr. Honecker oversaw an organizational revenue and expense budget in the hundreds of millions of dollars.  Mr. Honecker has worked for private and publically traded organizations, and has managed both single and multi-sight facilities. He has worked with local and national accreditors as well as state agencies to launch new programs. Mr. Honecker has extensive experience in start-ups, mergers, acquisitions, and consolidations.  Mr. Honecker has a B.A. from Montclair State University.

ANDRUS nurtures social and emotional well-being in children, families, and communities by delivering a broad range of vital services and by providing research, training, and innovative program models that promote the standard of excellence for professional performance in and beyond our service community. With programs on campus, in schools and within community-based settings throughout Westchester County, the nonprofit reaches almost 4,500 children and families each year from the New York Metropolitan area. ANDRUS also operates the Andrus Center for Learning and Innovation (ACLI) and the ANDRUS Sanctuary Institute, which has provided training and consultation to over 350 organizations worldwide in the use of a trauma-sensitive model for treatment and organizational change. Visit to learn more.

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