Cora Greenberg, a social worker and educator, joined Westchester Children’s Association as Executive Director in 1994. Ms. Greenberg holds an MSW degree from Hunter College School of Social Work and an MSEd in Elementary Education from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and a BA from SUNY Binghamton. Immediately prior to joining WCA in 1994, Ms. Greenberg was the Associate Executive Director of Project Reach Youth, a multi-service youth and family agency in Brooklyn, New York, where she was instrumental in developing model programs in youth development, family literacy and after school education. Earlier, she had served as Executive Director of Interfaith Neighbors, a pioneering youth program founded and supported by more than 20 churches and synagogues on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, and as a Program Coordinator at United Neighborhood Houses, an umbrella for the 36 settlement houses and community centers in New York City. Cora lives in Pleasantville with her family. You can contact her at or on Twitter at @Cora_Greenberg.

Limarie Cabrera has been the Director of Data Analysis at Westchester Children’s Association since October 2007.  She has had extensive management, training, and marketing experience in the private, non-profit, and government sectors. Prior to WCA, she was a consultant for New York City’s Department of Small Business Services. At Public Health Solutions, a public health organization in New York City, she led database training for over 200 non-profit agencies in the greater New York City area, and helped start a citywide computer skills training program for HIV+ people. At American Home Products (now Pfizer Pharmaceuticals), she managed and maintained the corporation’s employee benefits database. Limarie received her BA from Bryn Mawr College, and her MPA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. Limarie is currently training for her second marathon after crawling through her first one, and on occasion, you may catch her singing show tunes in her car. Limarie lives in White Plains with her husband and son.  You can contact her at or on Twitter at @LimarieC.

Denise Killeen joined Westchester Children’s Association in March 2016 as the Communications and Data Associate. Denise graduated Cum Laude from the College of Charleston with her BA in Anthropology in 2010. Denise’s nonprofit career path began in high school with an internship at the Jan Peek House in Peekskill, NY.  After graduating college, Denise worked at the Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless, Inc. and then at the Food Bank for Westchester as the Programs Services Coordinator, where she oversaw a network of over 150 feeding agencies & managed the Senior Grocery feeding program. During her time at the Food Bank, Denise received a certificate in Nonprofit Leadership from Fordham University. Denise is also an active archaeologist, teaching at a field school in Northwest Belize, Central America when she can.  A native of Croton-on-Hudson, Denise currently resides in the Bronx.  You can contact her at or on Twitter at  @denise_killeen