“My family is and has been supportive in helping me raise my children. They represent the foundation of who I have become in life. It was my aunt and uncle who drove me around, looking at colleges as a high school student and encouraging me for higher education. My grandparents financed my college education. My family has always been there for me, in good times and not so good times. If it wasn’t for my mother, I am not sure where I would be today. Since I got divorced 12 years ago, my mother has helped me financially to stay in my home and meet the needs of my growing kids.”
Director of Program Services
Des Plaines, IL
Nina Aliprandi, M.A. has been employed at Maryville Academy since April of 1986. Nina is currently a dual role, as the Family Services Division Director which encompasses Maryville Academy’s Crisis Nursery, Children’s Healthcare Center and the Madden Shelter for pregnant and parenting teens. Nina’s second role is as the Director of Community Outreach for the Scott Nolan Psychiatric Hospital servicing children, adolescents and young adults.
Nina sits on the Medical Round Table for the Pathways Awareness Foundation and is the Illinois State Leader for the Child Welfare League of America.
Nina holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Law Enforcement Administration from Western Illinois University and a Masters of Arts in Community and Family Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University.