We announce a new Board Member

Susan Kiley

We elected a new member to our Board of Directors on April 11.  Susan Kiley joins a group of distinguished, dedicated individuals who are responsible for the following:

  • Being informed about Saratoga Bridges programs and services
  • Becoming educated about the needs of people with developmental disabilities, their families and the community
  • Establishing policies, procedures and regulations that are in harmony with Saratoga Bridges’ mission and goals
  • Representing Saratoga Bridges at community events


Susan Kiley is the owner of Saratoga Learning Center located at 120 West Avenue in Saratoga Springs, NY. Prior to her present position, Susan has taught Special Education in various schools throughout the Capital District.  She has a Masters of Science in Education from the College of St. Rose in Albany, NY and a Bachelor of Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ and has permanent certifications in Special Education and Business Education.  Also, Susan is an Associate Broker with Roohan Realty in Saratoga Springs, NY.  Additionally, she volunteers for the Crohns and Colitis Foundation, the American Cancer Society and St. Peters Church in Saratoga Springs.

She says, “In more than 26 years of living in Saratoga Springs, I have grown to respect Saratoga Bridges for all the contributions and various services in the local community for individuals with developmental disabilities. I am especially impressed with the outcome being produced daily by their staff members.    I was interested in joining their Board as I have seen first-hand a family member utilizing their services and what a positive influence the organization has had on her life and well-being.  As an educator, I have worked as a Special Education teacher assisting special needs students in various capacities. I do feel I have an understanding and have much empathy towards the disabled population.  It is an honor to be a Board Member.  Further, my vision for the organization is to add more services for people with developmental disabilities and their families.  I am excited about the future and being able to assist in fundraising efforts that raise crucial funds and awareness to promote the agency!”

Check out the coverage in The Saratogian


Also, in the July archive edition from Saratoga Business Journal on page 4.