The RCN Leadership Team
Lynn Lubecki, Executive Director/CEO
Lynn M. Lubecki, MS Ed. brings more than 20 years of early childhood education expertise along with her passion to continue the RCN tradition of providing quality services to young children and their families Ms. Lubecki holds knowledge in multiple aspects of the early childhood field, including in-home child care, general, and special education. She has worked in a variety of early childhood programs and positions, including a position in Leeds, England, uniquely equipping her to administer RCN’s multiple programs through a multi-cultural lens.
Ms. Lubecki was RCN’s Director of Children’s Programs for the last four years. She has provided program and practice leadership to this large section of RCN operations. Throughout her tenure, she has actively participated in an array of early childhood educators, parents, community leaders, and organizations dedicated to improving the quality and accessibility of early childhood education.
Ms. Lubecki holds a BA in Early Childhood Education, an MS in Inclusive Early Childhood Education and is finishing her education doctorate in Executive Leadership. Ms. Lubecki resides in the City of Roch ester and has two children, John and Angela. She credits her success to a loving family who understands the power of investing in the ir children.
Dan Murty, Director of Children's Programs
Dan Murty has been with RCN as a Special Education teacher for the past nine years. He is dedicated and has the skills and knowledge base that allows him to keep Children’s Programs aligned with RCN’s mission and vision, while providing guidance and support to all teaching teams. Mr. Murty received his Masters in Early Childhood Education. He is a trusted and respected member of the RCN family and holds himself to high standards. Mr. Murty is married and has three beautiful daughters, Molly, Kate and Lauren. He lives in Rochester.
Nancy Consol, Director of Special Education (the SMILE Program)
Nancy Consol is the Director of Special Education at RCN. She has been active in the Rochester area as an Early Intervention and Preschool Special Education Teacher and Evaluator for two decades. Nancy has a Bachelor's degree in Special Education from Syracuse University and a Master's degree from University of Connecticut in Special Education and C.A.S. in Educational Administration from SUNY Brockport. Growing up with an older sister who had developmental disabilities, Nancy knows the value of inclusive communities. She feels right at home as a member of the broad, inclusive family at RCN. Nancy serves on the Board of the Flower City Down Syndrome Network and is a Team Coordinator of RochesterCares volunteer organization. She is married and has 3 wonderful adult children.
Lou Martino, Director of Finance
Lou joined RCN as the Director of Finance in 2007. The father of two school-age boys and husband to a teacher, Lou enjoys the family atmosphere at RCN. Raised in Honeoye, Lou earned his Bachelor of Science degrees in Accounting and Computer Science at Elmira College, and obtained his CPA license in 1992. Lou's work history includes not-for-profit business experience, real estate management accounting, and public accounting experience with the Cortland L. Brovitz & Co. CPA firm. Lou oversees the daily business and human resource functions of the center.
Diana Webb, Coordinator for Family Child Care Satellites of Greater Rochester & Family Child Care
Diana Webb, has been in the field of Early Care and Education for over 30 years, she represents RCN on inter-agency projects whose goals are to increase the quality of care offered in nearly 900 licensed and registered family child care homes. Diana offers one-on-one in-home training and presents a series of workshops towards accreditation through the National Association for Family Child Care (NAFCC) and the Child Development Associate Credential (CDA).
Diana and Bill, her husband, of 41 years have two adult children and 2 grandchildren. Diana is a current lecturer and workshop presenter at local, state and national conferences.
Lisa DiDomenico, Site Director, RCN Center City
Lisa DiDomenico has been with RCN for over 10 years as a general and special educator. She has recently been promoted to the Site Director position at RCN Center City, located in the historical Sibley Building. Lisa brings years of experience and passion to the field of early childhood education, and has worked very hard to create a learning environment that encourages exploration and wonder. Our program is in alignment with the Reggio Emilia philosophy, and a partnership is in development with The Strong museum of play.
Lori Otruba, Interim Operations Manager
Susan Murphy, Grant Writer and Donor Relations Specialist
Susan Murphy, our new Grant and Donor Relations Specialist, is a recent graduate of SUNY Brockport’s Masters in Public Administration program. She brings with her over 30 years of experience as a pediatric Physical Therapist and manager. Sue has a passion for children’s programming for children of all abilities. She has lived in Rochester for 15 years. Sue and her husband, Tim, have three grown daughters and two delightful grandsons. Miles, now 7 years old, attended RCN in Miss Maria’s room as a toddler. Sue enjoys day trips, gardening, and yoga in her spare time.
Chrissy Andrews, Director of Development
Stephanie Buchbinder, PR/Marketing and Special Events Specialist