Christina Flythe is the Director of Nutrition of Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc., is a certified facilitator for Parent Leadership Training Institute, sits on the Executive Board for National Council of Negro Woman, Huntington Section, and works with various organizations across Suffolk County.
Christina Flythe, MSW, joined Adelphi in 2019 as one of the facilitators for Leading in Community, a leadership development program with a goal to broaden and strengthen the leadership pipeline for people of color and prepare them for nonprofit and community leadership on Long Island. As a graduate from the first cohort, Leading in Community strengthened Christina’s skills, resources, and provided the tools she needed to advance in the nonprofit sector. When she first entered the cohort she was serving in a mid-level management capacity as the Senior Program Coordinator for Parent Leadership Initiative, a leadership program of Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc, that brings together families across all socioeconomic and educational backgrounds while developing skills, working knowledge, and confidence needed to offer potential for change within a community. She was then promoted to Director and now currently serves as the Director of Nutrition of Child Care Council of Suffolk, Inc. where she is responsible for developing nutrition guidelines under the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and oversees all aspects of the organization’s nutrition initiatives for over 300 child care providers across Suffolk County.
Christina is a certified facilitator for Parent Leadership Training Institute and works with various organizations across Suffolk County including L. E. A. D., a mentoring program for at risk girls, and sits on the Executive Board for National Council of Negro Woman, Huntington Section.
Christina received her baccalaureate degree from Lincoln University, a MA in Childhood Education and her MSW from Adelphi University.