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Delaware County Community College, Serving Delaware and Chester Counties

Educational Foundation Board of Directors

Dr. L. Joy Gates Black
President
Delaware County Community College

Brian Wilbur Coyle,  Chair
President and CEO
The Henderson Group

Donna Stilwell, CPA, CFE, Vice Chair
Partner
Brinker Simpson and Company LLC

Dr. Patricia Benson, Treasurer 
Vice President for Finance & Administration 
Delaware County Community College

Rachael Patten, Executive Director 
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Delaware County Community College

Cynthia K. Aigeltinger
Vice President of Human Resources
SAP Americas, Inc.

Dylan Atkins
Wealth Management Advisor and Vice President
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Inc.

Karen L. Bogosian '85
President/Chief Executive Officer
Visual Sound, Inc.

L. Jay Burks
Director of Supplier Diversity
Comcast

Sam Cohen
Sales Manager
Paragon Stairs

Paul de Botton
President
National Realty Corporation

Melissa Maani '94
Manager of Graphic Design
Philadelphia Phillies

Michael Magnavita
President and Chief Executive Officer
Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union

Joseph J. Maloney
Vice President
GreyHawk Healthcare

Joseph F. McGinn
Vice President, Public Affairs 
Energy Transfer Partners

Jaclyn Miley
Events and Communication Manager
Delaware County Chamber of Commerce

 

William Patterer
Director, Regulatory Strategy and Revenue
PECO


Michael L. Ranck
President and CEO
Community YMCA of Eastern Delaware County

Donald B. Soslow

Charles D. Stevenson
Vice President, Fleet Management
Essential Utilities, Inc.

William H. Torian, Jr.

Sloan Walker, CFA

Our Mission Statement

The Delaware County Community College Educational Foundation provides financial resources to assist the Community College in achieving its mission to facilitate learning by providing quality educational programs and services that are student-focused, accessible, comprehensive, and flexible to meet the educational needs of the diverse communities it serves. (Updated June 2020)


Responsibilities of Foundation Directors

  • Organizational Plans and Priorities - The purposes and projects to which the Foundation is committed are determined by the Foundation’s Board of Directors in consultation with the administration of the College.
  • Participation - Meetings of the Foundation Board of Directors are scheduled quarterly. It is expected that Directors will attend the quarterly meetings, serve on one of several committees, keep themselves informed about the College’s needs and programs, and provide personal leadership in other ways, which will further the work of the Foundation and its purposes.
  • Public Relations and Outreach - The prominence of the Directors in the community and their involvement with important community groups makes them a key resource for identifying, screening, and cultivating potential support and for influencing the community on behalf of the College.
  • Financial Resources and Management - A major responsibility of the Board is the procurement and allocation of resources. The Board must play an active role in seeing that these resources are secured in amounts sufficient for the accomplishment of the Foundation’s plans. This requires the use of personal contacts and influence and the demonstration of commitment through personal and organizational contributions.
  • Selecting Directors - A critical and important role for Foundation Directors must always be the identification, recruitment, and appointment of new and committed Directors.