Daniel Stanislawczyk
Executive Director

Daniel@deporresplace.org

Daniel Stanislawczyk has more than two decades of service to adolescents and adults in special populations, including an extensive background operating a charter and private school support service company. As a business and educational consultant, he has conducted training and professional development in organizational leadership, business development, workforce development, and literacy education. He has overseen several private and charter schools and learning centers in Florida and served on several boards and accrediting agencies.

Daniel discovered his passion for working with special populations early in his career as an educator working with students (Adolescents and Adults) with disabilities and barriers. His passion in working with special populations led him to a role as Director of Accountability with the state of North Carolina. Most recently Daniel was CEO/President of Seagull Services/Seagull Industries for the Disabled.

Daniel grew up in New Jersey and holds a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from the University of Scranton and a Master of Science in Administration from Capella University. He has been recognized for his commitment to the community and leadership by Rotary International as a two-time recipient of the Paul Harris Fellow award.

Daniel currently lives in Lake Worth Beach with his wife, Melinda. They have three children and several dogs and cats. Daniel enjoys the outdoors and loves athletics, the arts, the beach, and cooking. 

NEPHTALIE JEAN-BAPTISTE

Program Coordinator

nephtaliej@deporresplace.org

Nephtalie Jean-Baptiste joined DePorres Place in February 2017 as Program Coordinator. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business from Palm Beach State College, and she is pursuing her Master’s.  She brings a wealth of experience in customer service and quality assurance to her role at DePorres. 

OLGA LUCIA EVANS

Program Coordinator

olgaevans@deporresplace.org

Olga joined DePorres Place as Program Coordinator in August 2017.  Originally from Colombia, she came to the U.S. in 1997, and she became a U.S. citizen in 2011.  Olga began attending classes at DePorres Place in 2015, and she was an office volunteer before joining the staff team.