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Educational Foundation Names Two New Board Members, Announces New Leadership
(Delaware and Chester Counties, PA • September 8, 2020)—Joseph J. Maloney, vice president of business development, sales and marketing for Crozer-Keystone Health System, and Jaclyn Miley, events and communications manager for the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, were recently named to the Educational Foundation of Delaware County Community College’s Board of Directors.
Maloney, who resides in Romansville, leads business development and communication efforts for Crozer-Keystone Health System in Springfield, as well as sales and marketing initiatives across four hospitals, multiple outpatient centers and ambulatory surgery centers. He was previously assistant vice president for business development at Crozer-Keystone. Prior to Crozer-Keystone, he was director of practice administration and development for Erickson Living Communities in Glen Mills. He holds a Master’s in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Wheeling Jesuit University (now Wheeling University) in West Virginia.
Miley, who resides in Media, plans and coordinates Delaware County Chamber of Commerce networking events, handles press and marketing, and directs the Foundation of the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Delaware County, Career Awareness and Youth Leadership Academy programs. She also collaborates with Chamber board members, partners and local school districts to identify grant opportunities, develop proposals and implement workforce development programing. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Kutztown University and a certificate from the Leadership Delaware County program.
Founded in 1980 as a non-profit charitable organization, the Delaware County Community College Educational Foundation board consists of 24 prominent business and community leaders who work with alumni, community members, businesses, corporations and foundations to provide $2 million annually for the College’s students, faculty, educational programs and facilities.
The Educational Foundation is chaired by Brian Wilbur Coyle, president and chief executive officer of the Henderson Group. The vice chair is Donna M. Stillwell, a certified public accountant, certified fraud examiner and partner at Brinker Simpson & Company, Certified Public Accountants and Advisors. Rachael Hunsinger Patten is the Foundation’s executive director, and she also is vice president of Institutional Advancement at the College.
Joseph J. Maloney