Goodwill Appoints New Officers & Welcomes New Members to Volunteer Board of Directors
July 5, 2023
WILMINGTON, DE – Leading regional workforce development provider, Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County has elected its 2023-2024 board officers and welcomes six new members to its Board of Directors. In a first in the organization’s 102-year history, all of the board officers are women, and with the addition of the six new board members, the non-profit has its most diverse board to date. “We truly appreciate the commitment and diversity of our volunteer Board of Directors who provide guidance and support to enable us to effectively and efficiently operate our programs to meet the needs of communities in Delaware and Delaware County, PA, “said Colleen Morrone, President and CEO.
Goodwill’s Board of Directors elected the following as 2023-2024 officers of the board:
- Chair – Chaney Hall – Fox Rothschild, LLP
- Vice Chair – Robin McKinney Newman
- Vice Chair – Kalimah White – Key Private Bank
- Secretary – Theresa Jones – Santora CPA Group
- Treasurer – Tish Anshen (retired)
- Colleen Morrone – President & CEO
Goodwill welcomes the following new members to its Board of Directors:
- Markevis Gideon – NERDiT NOW
- Christopher R. Howland – U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia
- Jeffrey T. Kaczmarczyk II – Blue Rock Financial Group, Investment Advisory Services MLK Investments
- Kyle McLaughlin – J.C. Bar Properties, Inc.
- Bonnie R. Rambo – (retired)
- Dwayne M. Redd – State Farm Insurance Company
About Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County
For more than 100 years, the mission of Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County has been to improve the quality of life for people with barriers to self-sufficiency through the Power of Work! Our nonprofit mission is supported by proceeds from donations to our retail and e-commerce operations, and revenue generated through our Industrial Services and Staffing Services programs. These proceeds help to fund our Job Resource Centers, workforce development and family strengthening programs where annually we serve an average of 2,400 people with, on average, 15,400 services in Delaware and Delaware County communities. Persons served include seniors, veterans, opportunity youth, people with physical and/or mental disabilities, people with justice system involvement and people who’ve been separated from the workforce or lack current job skills. For more information on our mission, our stores, donation centers, or services, visit: www.GoodwillDE.org.