Business News Announcement- 30 Years Working with Children and Family Services

Stacy Gromatski, CEO and President of the Florida Network of Youth and Family Services, recently celebrated her 30-year anniversary working with children and family services. Gromatski has an extensive background working with nonprofits and youth advocacy organizations.

She began her career in 1990 as a counselor and youth care worker at Arnette House in Ocala, Florida. She then served as the program director and eventually transitioned to the Tallahassee YMCA Youth Home, “Someplace Else.” Shortly after arriving in Tallahassee she founded Capital City Youth Services (CCYS). Ten years ago, Stacy moved into her “dream job” as the leader of the Florida Network.

She oversees the Florida Network’s 31 member agencies throughout Florida. In partnership with government and law enforcement agencies, Gromatski works to make Florida a safer place for children and families alike.

“It is a true privilege to represent those agencies and staff members that are providing much needed services to youth in crisis,” Gromatski said. “There is no greater honor than to work in a field that understands that every young person deserves a chance at a bright future and that we have an opportunity to help them along the way.”