Рональд Рихтер

Ronald E. Richter

Юрист, городской чиновник, общественный деятель

Родился 19


Отец - Эйбрахам Рихтер, рабочий-текстильщик

Мать - Фанни (Поллак) Рихтер



Рональд Рихтер
Ronald E. Richter
Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director at JCCA (Jewish Child Care Association of New York)
- New York State Unified Court System,
- NYC Administration for Children's Services, City of New York
Education - Boston University College of Communication
Ronald E. Richter was appointed Commissioner of New York City's Administration for Children's Services (ACS) in September 2011. Commissioner Richter has worked for two decades on behalf of New York City's children involved with the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. Prior to his appointment as Commissioner, he served as a Judge in the Family Court of the State of New York in Queens, to which he was appointed in January 2009. Prior to that, he served as Family Services Coordinator for the City of New York, ensuring that the City's human service agencies were managed efficiently and effectively, and provided oversight to the Mayor's Interagency Task Force on Child Welfare and Safety. Commissioner Richter was the ACS Deputy Commissioner for Family Court Legal Services from 2005 to 2007, where he was responsible for representing the Commissioner in all matters before the City's five family courts. For fourteen years, Commissioner Richter was an attorney at The Legal Aid Society representing children in juvenile delinquency, child protection and parental rights proceedings.
Commissioner Richter earned his B.A. from Tufts University, his M.S. from Boston University College of Communications and his J.D. from Boston University School of Law. He lives in Long Island City, Queens, with his spouse, Franklin, and their daughter, Maya.




Детский Центр им. Н. Скоппетты

Nicholas Scoppetta Children's Center

Посвятительная плита


492 First Avenue
между East 28th Street и East 29th Street
Дата постройки здания: 1912
Дата установки плиты: 2013

Посвятительная доска установлена по случаю наименования Детского центра в честь Николаса Скоппетты, многолетнего директора Детского департамента Нью-Йорка. В тексте плиты упомянуты преемник Скоппетты Р. Рихтер и мэр M. Блумберг.