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Leadership Team

  Maurice Haskins Sr. Multi-Site Director

Maurice is a youth development practitioner with more than 15 years of experience working in a 
variety of agencies. Originally from Brooklyn, he has built a family in Rochester with his wife April and two sons, Maurice Jr. and Malcolm. Maurice has associate’s degree from Monroe Community College, a bachelor’s degree in Community and Human Services from Empire State College, and a master’s degree in Strategic Leadership from Roberts Wesleyan College.





  DavidA' Sinkler 
Compliance Manager

DavidA’ is new to Quad A for Kids, but as a Rochester native she is not new to the community. She 
served for more than 15 years in a variety of youth and community development roles and on boards
and worked with youth from three months old up through age 25. DavidA’ has been a Girl Scout and assistant Girl Scout leader and helped several programs obtain grant funding. Previously she worked
for New York State Child Nutrition as an auditor for the free breakfast and lunch program in Albany and New York City and in a day care at Stony Brook University. To her role at Quad A she brings skills in
community engagement, creating sustainable systems, and linking organic resources within communities.  



  Bho Swizdor
Site Coordinator at School 2 

After spending most of his life in Syracuse, Bho attended the State University College at Brockport and moved to Rochester after getting his degree. He says Rochester has given him opportunities
to use his experience to help children. Bho has worked for several organizations dealing with both children and teens and has developed events that promote community engagement. He also
coaches lacrosse and basketball for students ages 6 to 12. His motto is “If you can make a child
smile that day, then you have done your job.”




  Bronte Graham Site Coordinator at School 4 

Bronte was born and raised in Rochester and graduated from Olympia High School in Greece. Following her desire to help others in the community, she became a Certified Nursing Assistant
and worked in nursing homes assisting the elderly with every-day tasks and life skills. She decided
to study nursing at Monroe Community College, but also needed to work to support herself. That
is when she was introduced to Quad A for Kids. She started as support staff, assisting students with homework, STEM projects and arts, athletics, life skills. After two years, she was promoted to site coordinator and now considers herself to be a “Development Advocate” for youth. She is
wholeheartedly committed to creating a family-oriented bond within the program, preparing
students for better success and having an impact on the community as a whole.  

  Angie Quick-Coleman Site Coordinator at School 16

Angie is a Rochester native, mother of two wonderful children and surrogate mom to many. A proud graduate of East High School, Angie is a dedicated, passionate, well-rounded, nurturer and effective leader who excels in connecting to youth, building relationships, and advocating for children and their families. Originally a nurse at Rochester General Hospital, Angie made a tough decision to give up
that career to stay home and raise her children. She later found an opportunity to exert her true passion
to serve children. Prior to joining Quad A, Angie spent nine years serving and supporting youth and
their families in a variety of roles at the World of Inquiry School 58. She’s experienced and trained in youth
mental health and First Aid, and has extensive training in conflict resolution and restorative practices.
Angie’s goal is to develop a strong family-like culture within the program and school community and
                                                  promote and support the personal, social, emotional, and developmental needs of the students.

  Lancey AlexanderSite Coordinator at School 34

Lancey has been with Quad A since 2016, working with students from kindergarten to sixth grade. Born and raised in Rochester, she participated in many school-aged programs growing up and is dedicating
her life to giving back to the same community that raised her. Lancey has committed more than 10 years
to the youth development and education field. She has a bachelor’s degree in art education from North Carolina Central University.