EXECUTIVE TEAM & DIRECTORS
Modest executive staff members are responsible for the selection and supervision of all of the agency’s employees, development, the recommendation to the Board of Directors, implementation of the budget, and the establishment of operating procedures.
Dr. Samuel Osho
Dr. Samuel Osho is a health care professional with over twenty years of experience. He started as a Registered Professional Nurse at Riverview .......Read more
Ms. Adejoke Olasehinde
Ms. Adejoke Olasehinde joined Modest in 2015 as Human Resources Manager and is currently Director of Human Resources.
Mr. Francis Kamara
Francis is an accounting professional holding year of experience under my belt and has earned a Certified Public Accountant ....Read more
The Board provides overall oversight to ensure that the Agency’s goals and objectives are met and to ensure that resources are used properly and that programs are carried out as planned.
Board of Directors
Mrs. Titilola Olugbakinro
Titilola Olugbakinro is an ordained Revered since 2004. She is a member of Family Restoration Ministries, International (FRMI) since ..... Read more
Mrs. Teisha Diallo
Teisha Felder-Diallo was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY before moving to Staten Island. As a current resident of Staten Island, Teisha continuously.....Read more
Mrs. Velma Bishop-Leacock
Mrs. Bishop-Leacock works in the field of developmental disabilities as the Director of Vacancy Management for a New York City based not-for-profit ........Read more
All Modest employees are an integral part of the agency’s daily operations and are required to follow both the agency’s policies and procedures and OPWDD’s regulations as it relates to service provision and support for individuals with developmental disabilities.
In so doing, MODEST employees must absorb a lot of materials as it relates to the services we provide and the participants we serve, as well as participate in several in-services and all OPWDD mandated training.
The purpose of this intensive training is to enable our staff to analyze the likes and dislikes of the individuals they serve and recognize a teachable moment in which new things can be explored to
acquire new skills. Further, to ensure that the Agency’s operations policies and procedures are in compliance with local, State, and Federal statutes and regulations.