Unity House Promotes Three New Directors

Advancement opportunities pay off for long-time employees

Unity House is pleased to promote from within and recognize the good work of three long-time employees. All three positions are based in Ithaca, NY.

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Director of Day Services Aaron Brozon. Aaron has served as assistant program director for residential services in Tompkins County for 12 years, and joined the agency in 2006. Upon the resignation of Lee Sullivan, Aaron was selected to become the director of day services in both Cayuga and Tompkins Counties. He holds a B.A. in psychology from Seton Hall University.

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Assistant Director of Residential Services Candi Saxman. Candi was chosen to fill the assistant director position vacated by Aaron. Candi has been with Unity House for 17 years and most recently was program manager of the Danby Road IRA. She maintains her nursing license, and has been actively involved at the agency on the Staff Appreciation Committee and as a Sensitivity and CPR/First Aid instructor.

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Assistant Director of Day Services James Beaumont. This new position was created due to the size and scope of the agency’s day programs. James was promoted from day services program manager in Ithaca, reporting to Aaron Brozon. James has been with Unity House since 2011. He earned an associate’s degree in human services from Genesee Community College, and a bachelor’s in social work from SUNY Plattsburgh.

For more information, please contact Director of Marketing and Development Kelly Buck at 315.253.6227 x313.