New City, NY, – County Executive Ed Day is proud to announce Martha Robles has been named the new Director of Rockland County’s Office for the Aging. Martha Robles accepts the Director role following an Executive Director position with Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland for 12 years. In that role she was responsible for providing leadership and direction while ensuring efficient and effective economical utilization.
“I am proud to share the news of this great addition to lead Office for the Aging. I have no doubt that Martha Robles understands the issues facing our residents and will help us strengthen and bolster the many positive programs and initiatives taking place in Rockland. Martha is incredibly driven and motivated to help those who need assistance, and she has the experience to get the job done,” said County Executive Ed Day.
Robles’ other work experience includes Department of Family and Clinical Services Director for AHRC, where she managed daily operations both on and off-site for various services across all 5 New York City boroughs. Prior to that, she was also Director of Operations at Park Ridge and Sunset Family Health Center and Associate Director of Ambulatory Care/AIDS Services at Bellevue Hospital.
The Office for the Aging Director position pays $114,827 annually and requires the confirmation of the Rockland County Legislature.
“The Office for the Aging played a critical role in helping seniors navigate difficulties caused by the pandemic, but we have much more to accomplish. I’m confident Martha Robles will guide OFA down the right path,” concluded County Executive Day.