LEADERSHIP CHANGE AT NORTHWEST PILOT PROJECT
|Posted on Oct 12 2016|
Our long-time leader, Susan Emmons is retiring. Susan has been the backbone of NWPP since she joined the organization in 1985. "We can all agree that it is with love and gratitude that we can celebrate the gift she has been to us over these years and thank her for her 31 years of leadership, success, guidance and compassion for those we serve." said A.C. Caldwell, Chair of the Board.
Laura Golino de Lovato has been appointed the new Executive Director. Her resume includes more than 25 years of fundraising, executive leadership, administration, communications and marketing experience in the nonprofit sector. Her professional experience in Oregon includes her role as Director of Development, Marketing and Communications at the Oregon Food Bank where she expanded fundraising and community engagement programs and events, such as the Waterfront Blues Festival. Golino de Lovato's previous experience includes Director of Development at VOA Oregon, and Executive Director positions at the Ukiah Senior Center and the Ukiah Community Center in northern California. She has lived in Oregon since 2007. She said, "I look forward to continuing Susan Emmons' legacy while successfully leading Northwest Pilot Project into the future. I am dedicated to this sector because it provides a vital service to a growing segment of our community. Northwest Pilot Project will continue to play a key role in advocating for housing for low-income seniors to ensure their quality of life." She begins as Executive Director on October 31, 2016.Back