GOODWILL OF DELAWARE & DELAWARE ANNOUNCES NEW VICE PRESIDENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT & NEW DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
February 3, 2023
WILMINGTON, DE – Goodwill of Delaware & Delaware County announces the addition of two new members of its leadership team. Eileen Kemske joins as Vice President of Workforce Development and Sunaina Soares joins as Director of Human Resources.
As Vice President of Workforce Development, Eileen will oversee the development, implementation and monitoring of workforce development programs and services. She will lead the organization’s community needs assessment to ensure that Goodwill’s programs and services are aligned with the needs of the community and are expanded to meet the evolving needs of employers and people facing barriers to employment.
Eileen earned a BA in Social Work from Holy Family University and brings over a decade of nonprofit management and workforce development experience to the role. She stated, “I look forward to working with our team and our community partners to ensure that Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County continues to build on our mission to offer innovative training and educational programs that correspond with current workforce and job trends in our region.”
Sunaina will serve as a strategic partner with organizational leadership in assessing, developing, and implementing resolutions to address human resources needs. Her expertise will be used to create talent, performance management and organizational culture strategies that align with Goodwill’s mission and organizational goals.
Sunaina earned her MBA in Human Resource Management from Temple University’s Fox School of Business and brings almost two decades of human resources experience to her new role.
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 individuals with barriers to self-sufficiency through the Power of Work! This 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. Goodwill endeavors to make the most of every item we receive and minimize what we send to landfills. We’re working to identify ways to operate more sustainably by transforming unsaleable donations into usable materials. Expansion of our sustainability initiatives will benefit communities environmentally and through creation of new entry-level and middle skills jobs. For information on our stores, donation locations, or services, visit our website: www.GoodwillDE.org.