Bill Doyle Becomes New Executive Director of Peninsula Nonprofit Educating Children with Hearing Loss

Weingarten Children’s Center

For Immediate Release

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – Weingarten Children’s Center is pleased to announce Bill Doyle has joined as its Executive Director. The Redwood City-based program focuses on teaching young children who are deaf and hard of hearing to listen, speak and learn. In his new role, Doyle will help the organization build on its 50-year history, pedagogy, and technology, and extend its mission to unserved and underserved young children anywhere reached by technology.

“I am delighted to join an organization with this heritage and proven efficacy,” he said. “I am excited at the prospect of working with Weingarten Children’s Center and its strategic partners to deliver highly effective early intervention and make a truly significant impact on children with hearing loss, wherever they may live and whatever their circumstances.”

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Doyle comes from the private sector where his career has focused on building strong, growing companies, and raising and deploying capital. His most recent experience has been in general management, strategic consulting and investment banking. He holds a B.S.E. from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

 About Weingarten Children’s Center

The Foundation For Hearing Research, Inc., which does business as Weingarten Children’s Center, is a nonprofit organization serving children with hearing loss. It operates the leading specialized early-intervention clinic and school on the San Francisco Peninsula and “BabyTalk,” a pioneering online teletherapy program developed by Weingarten in conjunction with Stanford University.

Effective early intervention transforms the lives of children with hearing loss and other communication challenges, far surpassing the impact of later intervention when brain development has further progressed. This rare window of opportunity for early intervention with life-changing impact:

  • Removes barriers to communication

  • ·Enables full access to mainstream education

  • Saves more than $1 million per student in special education services

  • Empowers beneficiaries socially and economically throughout their lives

Weingarten Children’s Center teaches critical thinking and learning through listening and spoken language, using the latest technology to achieve profound personal, social and financial impact.

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