KEYS (Kids Empowered by Your Support), which provides free, in-school, and virtual music instrument instruction to Bridgeport, CT students, welcomes Ridgefield resident David Sachs to the KEYS Board of Directors.
David Sachs has been a professor at Pace University’s Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems since 1984. In addition to teaching several courses (Research Methods, social media, and Introduction to Computer Science), he also assists with various school and university-wide activities. David also co-directs a telehealth program located in Westchester County NY. This program, known as the Telehealth Intervention Programs for Seniors (TIPS), has been in existence since 2013, and provides remote patient monitoring services to adults ages 65 and older. He has co-authored grants for TIPS and has helped to raise significant funds for the program. Prior to the onset of the pandemic, TIPS was offering its services to approximately 2,000 individuals in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. From 1984 – 2012, David served as Associate Dean of the Seidenberg School. In that capacity, he was responsible for providing corporate computer programs to corporations such as IBM, AT&T, Reader’s Digest, PepsiCo, Verizon, and others throughout the United States. Courses and programs were offered face-to-face and online. Previously living in South Salem, NY, David served on the board of the Truesdale Lake Property Owners’ Association for many years.
KEYS is a nonprofit music education organization whose mission is to provide free music lessons and performance opportunities to under-resourced students of Bridgeport, CT.
KEYS strives to change lives through music by providing music education as a catalyst to be creative, improve motivation and self-confidence, and prepare students for successful futures.
See www.keysmusic.org for more information or email KEYS Assistant Executive Director, Laurie Bradbury, at email@example.com.