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Daniel Dadoun

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Daniel Dadoun

Executive Director
Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club
Expertise: 
health of San Mateo and Daly City youth
educational and recreational programs for youth
combatting high-risk behaviors among youth
physical fitness and nutrition for underserved youth

Biography

Daniel Dadoun is executive director of the Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club, a nonprofit organization serving youth at three clubhouses in San Mateo and Daly City. In addition to educational and recreational programs, the organization features SMART Moves, a youth prevention initiative designed to deter youth from high-risk behaviors through activities designed to increase self-esteem and self-worth. Additionally, the Daly City clubhouse is seeking to improve the nutrition and physical fitness status of low-income, underserved youth and adults through a nutrition education and physical fitness project at a local fitness center.

200 North Quebec Street
San Mateo  California  94401
United States
Office Phone: 
(650) 347-9891, ext. 100
Office Fax: 
(650) 347-9896

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