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New Vice President of Workforce Development

July 7th, 2021 by Goodwill

WILMINGTON, DE – Tracey Mulveny has been selected to lead Workforce Development for Goodwill of Delaware & Delaware County.

Ms. Mulveny brings over two decades of community engagement, business development, education, and program planning experience.  Prior to joining the team at Goodwill, Tracey was with Tech Impact, most recently leading the strategic planning and implementation of efforts to help communities and businesses cope with the economic impact of COVID-19 through workforce development and registered technology apprenticeships.

Goodwill has grown over it’s 100-year history to become a leading community-based organization providing workforce development services throughout Delaware & Delaware County, PA. “Tracey will oversee Goodwill’s programs and services that focus on aiding those seeking employment through offering one-on-one job search assistance, interview coaching, work readiness training and digital skills training,” said Goodwill of Delaware’s President and CEO, Colleen Morrone.

“Goodwill helps build a stronger regional economy by preparing people who are experiencing barriers to self-sufficiency and responding to employers’ evolving workforce needs across many industries,” said Ms. Mulveny. “I am excited about this opportunity to be part of Goodwill’s rich history and expand the impact of Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County’s mission.”

About Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County

For 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. In 2020 alone, through our Workforce Development programs, Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County provided more than 15,000 services to individuals, and placed more than 700 people into employment throughout the region. For information on our programs and services, including our stores and donation locations, click HERE


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