Stamford-based Children’s Learning Centers of Fairfield County recently added to its education and development teams by naming Nicole Clark-Taxiltaridis as program director to lead its Head Start program and Susan Rigano as director of donor relations. Both report to CEO Marc E. Jaffe.
Clark-Taxiltaridis directs the agency’s federally funded Early Head Start and Head Start programs, which serve children from low-income families in Stamford, Darien and Greenwich. The programs provide early-childhood education and care. Her experience includes working with international organizations in Guatemala, Benin Republic and Japan.
Rigano joins the agency after serving as director of development for Norwalk Community College Foundation and executive director of the Stamford Public Education Foundation. Rigano lives in Stamford. She will be involved in donor relations, grant writing, faith-based outreach, planned giving and other initiatives.
The learning center will be holding its first annual golf outing on Sept. 25 at the Greenwich Country Club. Sponsors include Pitney Bowes, First County Bank, Day Pitney LLP, First Republic Bank, Cigna, CBP and Mavis Discount Tires.