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Published On: Wed, Jan 25th, 2023

Achievement Centers for Children & Families Names Adamma DuCille as CEO

The Achievement Centers for Children & Families (ACCF) which has served the Delray Beach and southern Palm Beach County communities since 1969, has appointed Adamma DuCille as its CEO.  Former CEO Stephanie Seibel has moved to a new role as CEO of the organization’s Foundation and the two will work in tandem to grow the organization and its impact in the community.  

Ms. DuCille joins ACCF from the Children’s Services Council of Broward County, where she was the Director of Equity and Organizational Development.  She also has held senior leadership positions with the Dan Marino Foundation and the YMCA of South Florida.  She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in programming, organizational development, leadership development, and asset-based community engagement and has an extensive network spanning the tri-county area and beyond.

Ms. DuCille’s many achievements include serving as the Executive Director of the YMCA of South Florida’s L.A. Lee Family Center, the chair of the Southern Policy and Practice Network’s Florida Chapter, a founding member of the Broward Partners for Racial Equity, the Broward CEOs for Racial Equity, and the Broward Education Research Alliance. Her areas of expertise include Out of School Time Programming, programs and services for youth and adults with special needs, strategic planning, organizational development and infrastructure building, capacity building, training, leadership development, fundraising, and the development of community-driven racial equity and social justice initiatives.

Her community and board involvement include serving as Vice-Chair of Young at Arts Board of Directors, an inaugural member of the Broward Sheriff’s Office Equity Task Force, as well as a committee member of several groups, including the Funders Forum, Broward Bridge 2 Life, the Southern Education Foundation, The Prosperity Partnership of Broward, National Forum for Black Public Administrators, the Community Reinvestment Alliance of South Florida (CRASF), and the Florida College Access Network. 

Adamma is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and resides in Broward County with her partner Donald and their seven-year-old daughter Katia.

“Adamma and I will work collaboratively to develop and expand our programs,” said Ms. Seibel.  “Through my new role, I will continue to lead the organization by spearheading long-term funding objectives, impact efforts, and growth initiatives. This will allow me to translate my depth of knowledge, history in the community, and network of relationships into new opportunities for Achievement Centers and the families we serve.”

Achievement Centers for Children & Families is located at 555 NW Fourth St., Delray Beach. For more information, call (561) 276-4561 or visit

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