Tamela Luce, President/CEO

  • Tamela has more than two decades of experience in philanthropy, grantmaking, and nonprofit management. Her accomplishments in her career include improving the emergency food system in Montgomery County and leading a regional Women’s Issues Summit to identify unmet and pressing needs of women and girls in the Delaware Valley. Outside of work, Tamela loves going to concerts and traveling to new places. She dabbles in many hobbies, mastering few, such as gardening and photography. And she occasionally knits and crochets simple projects, though she once celebrated her love of Gritty by knitting a hat of the Flyers’ mascot. She and her significant other Tom and their needy cat Gus enjoy watching really bad old movies. Tamela holds a Master of Public Administration degree, with a concentration in nonprofit management, from West Chester University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Institutions and Policy from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.
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Jeanette Hall, Director of Finance and Operations

  • Jeanette has more than 30 years of accounting experience, in organizations both large and small, including Medical, Banking, Retail, and, most recently, nonprofit. The move to the non-profit sector was the result of a need to feel value and purpose in her daily work. Jeanette finds philanthropic work fulfilling and full of endless possibilities. Her last position was Director of Financial Operations for A Woman’s Place, the only Domestic Violence organization in Bucks County. She brings with her grant budget writing as well as program / advocacy experience. In her personal life, Jeanette enjoys travelling, especially to warm places. Family and friends are everything to her. Jeanette’s greatest accomplishment has been raising 3 daughters to become strong, caring individuals. With a bachelor’s degree from Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania, Jeanette is contemplating the pursuit of her MBA.
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Viviann Schorle, Program Officer

  • Viviann Schorle is a seasoned non-profit professional with 20 years of experience in management, project coordination, grant writing and community engagement. She has a Masters in School Psychology from Rowan University and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Holy Family University. Most recently, Viviann was the Director of Project HOPE at Family Services of Montgomery County. Viviann has a passion to bring people together and work on common goals that impact the larger community. Her work ethic, positive attitude, and energy to encourage others to work hard and succeed is only matched by her passion for people and her sense of humor. She is inspired everyday by her loving family that includes her husband, son, and daughter. Viviann enjoys free time with her family and friends, running, and having delicious dinners while laughing loudly.
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You can contact us by phone at 610-917-9890