Madna Aubry, LMSW
VP, Foster Care, Homefinding, and Adoption
Madna Aubry started her career at Little Flower Children and Family Services of New York as a Caseworker in 1989, responsible for the well-being of 25 children, and over the past 33 years, Madna has served the organization and thousands of children and families of New York City with professionalism and passion. During her time at Little Flower, Madna has been promoted to Foster Care Supervisor, Director of Foster Care, and most recently, Vice President in the Family Foster Care Services Unit at the Flagship Office in Brooklyn.
Her long tenure at the agency has offered her a broad and unique perspective of the entire foster care ecosystem, including the needs and lived realities of the children and families we serve. In 2020, Madna was awarded the ACS “Excellence in Practice” award for initiating daily, virtual community meetings that enabled her team to remain cohesive and supportive of each other while continuing to help families and children during a challenging pandemic.
Madna believes Social Work is not a job but a calling and has lived that philosophy by equipping herself with the tools she needed to offer the best of herself to the children and families of NY. Toward that end, Madna earned a BA from Fordham University before starting at Little Flower and later earned an MSW, also from Fordham where she was elected to Phi Kappa Phi. She also earned an MSED from Hunter College with a Certification in Rehabilitation Counseling and another in Trauma Systems Therapy.