Welcome Carol McKinney

Carol McKinney SVP & NJ Regional Director

Carol McKinney
SVP & NJ Regional Director

Carol McKinney has been appointed Senior Vice President and Director of NESC’s New Jersey region.  She will join Sharon Genin in managing the organization’s activities in that state.

From 2001 until early 2014, Carol was Executive Director of Volunteer Management Centers (VMC), helping nonprofit organizations to maximize their organizational effectiveness and minimize their expenditure of vital financial resources.  She has been President and Trustee of Cathedral Healthcare Foundation, and co-founded the Board Leadership Institute with Seton Hall University’s Non-profit Resource Institute.

“I have known of and promoted National Executive Service Corps’ excellent programs and nonprofit consulting services for years as a member of the advisory board of NJ Governor’s Office of Volunteerism,” states Carol, “and I am proud to become part of NESC’s expanding team, helping support New Jersey’s nonprofit organizations, schools, and government agencies in dealing effectively with their challenges and exploring their potential for greater service.”

“We are delighted to welcome Carol to our organization” said NESC President Jane Greenman, Esq.,  “She is one of the most familiar faces in New Jersey’s nonprofit world, and her extensive and highly-regarded background will help NESC increase and broaden its visibility in New Jersey, where we have been active for nearly 40 years.”

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