Norwalk, CT – The Norwalk Senior Center (NSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of MaryAnn Bruno to its Board of Directors.
The Norwalk Senior Center is a non-profit agency which provides a variety of programs and services for older adults in the mid-Fairfield County area. The Senior Center works collaboratively with other organizations and service providers to enrich and improve the quality of life for mature individuals and their communities. Over 5,000 seniors visit the Norwalk Senior Center in any given year.
“We are delighted to welcome our newest member to the board. MaryAnn’s talent, expertise and energy, will help to lead the Norwalk Senior Center forward as it seeks to meet the needs of older adults throughout our area,” said Beatrix Lane, NSC Executive Director.
MaryAnn Bruno is a real estate sales consultant to home buyers and sellers with Coldwell Banker Realty in Darien CT. With a passion for seniors, she seeks to make an impact in enriching their lives. Her extensive corporate finance background and current experience as a Realtor in helping people transition will be an advantage for the Senior Center. She has also been active in a variety of volunteer activities. MaryAnn reveals that she hopes to leverage her knowledge and experience in working on the Board of Directors at the Norwalk Senior Center to ultimately make lives better in the City of Norwalk of which she is a resident.
A complete list of Board Members and more information about the organization can be found on the Norwalk Senior Center website, https://norwalkseniors.org/ or by calling (203) 847-3115. The Norwalk Senior Center is supported by: the City of Norwalk, City Wide Building Solutions, Fairfield County Bank, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, First County Bank, Maurice Goodman Foundation, Norwalk Woman’s Club, the Pauline E. Fitzpatrick Charitable Trust, Post 603 Veterans of Norwalk VFW, S. Margaret McHenry Fund, Sayles and Maddox Family Foundation, ShopRite, Saint Ann Club, the Southwestern CT Agency on Aging, Stew Leonard’s, Tulip Tree Design, United Church of Rowayton, Bridges by EPOCH, the CT Dept. of Transportation, private individuals and 2,000 members.