Daytuan Antonetti

Daytuan Antonetti

Family Support Specialist Supervisor

Daytuan Antonetti is a native of Rochester NY, and moved to Buffalo in 1997 to pursue his B.A. degree at the University of Buffalo. In 2001 Mr. Antonetti began his twelve year tenure in National Service and the Non-Profit sector serving as an AmeriCorps volunteer, and later coming on board as the Assistant Director for Extended Day After-School Programs through the Lt. Colonial Matt Urban Center.

In 2007 Mr. Antonetti took on the position as the Program Director of the National Service Program Buffalo AmeriCorps based out of the Belle Center which helped young adults earn over $485,000 dollars in educational awards for college, and vocational trade school while gaining ample experience in civic service.

Just prior to joining Say Yes Buffalo as Family Support Specialist of Dr. George E. Blackman School of Excellence ECC School 54, Mr. Antonetti served as the Program Director for the Young Heroes Program under the Supervision and Treatment Services of Juvenile Prevention program of Erie County Secure Youth Detention. Currently, Mr. Antonetti is a Family Support Specialist Supervisor, having been promoted through his hard work and dedication to the students of Buffalo.

Mr. Antonetti is a devoted father to four beautiful daughters and devoted husband to his beautiful wife Betzaida Antonetti but most of all a servant of God with the passion to serve others. It is Mr. Antonetti belief and custom to give back to his community as so much has been given onto him.

Contact Daytuan at dantonetti@sayyestoeducation.org or 716-247-5310, ext. 214


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