Ciavolino Appointed Executive Director of SCAN
Mike Ciavolino, Oceanport, has been appointed the Executive Director of SCAN (Senior Citizens Activities Network) of Monmouth and Ocean counties, a non-profit adult education and resource center, Eatontown, founded in 1988. Ciavolino is replacing retiring Executive Director Pat Bohse, who has led the organization for the past ten years.
As Executive Director of SCAN, Ciavolino is responsible for the staff, programming, and fiscal development of SCAN. The organization provides the community with programming to promote healthy lifestyles, continuing education, and access to community and economic resources to keep seniors active, healthy, and connected. Throughout 2020, SCAN conducted virtual classes to more than 400 seniors and financial literacy through the Benefit Enrollment Center to 386 limited income seniors.
Ciavolino said, “I am very excited to begin my role as the new Executive Director of SCAN. It is truly an honor to be a part of a dedicated team here that serves Monmouth and Ocean counties’ seniors – the lifeblood of our communities.”
Ciavolino, the CEO of the marketing agency Shore Creative Group, Oceanport, is the immediate past president Jersey Shore Association for Human Resources (JSAHR). He is on the board of directors of MODC (Monmouth Ocean Development Council), Wall Township; and a member of NAHCR, SHRM, and CRA (Corporate Resource Alliance).
He and his wife Laura are parents of 16-year-old triplets, two of whom are on the Autism Spectrum. Ciavolino is about to release his book SuperParent, which is written for parents of special needs children.
For more information about SCAN, contact Mike Ciavolino at MichaelC@scanj.org or visit the www.scannj.org.
About SCAN: Senior Citizens Activities Network (SCAN) serves the 55+ community in Monmouth and Ocean counties enriching their lives with programming to promote healthy lifestyles, continuing education, and access to community and economic resources to keep them active, healthy and connected.