Volunteers of America Delaware Valley's executive team represents the mission of the organization through effective leadership, innovative programming, and compassionate service.
Daniel L. Lombardo has been President/CEO of Volunteers of America Delaware Valley, Inc. since 1988. He has a broad array of experience in human services; management; program assessment and development; and budget planning and development. Dan was appointed by the Governor of New Jersey to the first-ever New Jersey Sentencing Policy Study Commission; was appointed by the Mayor of Philadelphia to a mayoral Task Force on Management and Productivity; and was chosen by the Governor of New Jersey to serve as a member of the New Jersey Family Development Advisory Board and the New Jersey Parole Advisory Board. He was subsequently elected Chairman of the New Jersey Parole Advisory Board. Dan also has served as a N.J. gubernatorial appointee to the Asset Monitorization Task Force; the NJ Corrections Government Efficiency and Reform (GEAR) Commission; and the selection task force for the NJ Commissioner of Corrections. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Corrections & Prisons Association (ICPA) and serves at its Vice-Chair for North America. Dan is an alumnus of the prestigious Leadership New Jersey Program. He has been active with numerous professional and community organizations and has served in a number of public policy capacities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Dan has been the recipient of numerous awards for his work in human services and community corrections, and has written numerous articles about these and related subjects. Dan is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, School of Social Work,where he obtained his M.S.W. in Administration/Community Organization. He and his wife, Zulma, live in Camden County, NJ.
Chuck Kelly serves as the Chief Financial Officer for Volunteers of America Delaware Valley. He joined Volunteers of America in 2011. His current responsibilities include the management of the entire accounting and finance function of the organization. In addition, Chuck is responsible for managing relationships with various lending institutions, regulatory bodies, vendors and revenue sources. Prior to joining Volunteers of America, Chuck held numerous financial leadership roles in the senior living industry. These roles were for both for-profit and not-for-profit providers. Chuck has also been involved in project development and financing and has been involved in more than $500 million of tax-exempt municipal bond offerings. Chuck has also served in financial and accounting roles at Bristol Myers Squibb, Schlumberger and Arthur Andersen. Chuck has received his BS in Accounting and MBA in Finance from LaSalle University.
VP of Acquistion and Development
Mr. McCabe has been with VOADV since October 2011. He is responsible for spearheading all real estate development activities, in particular those that involved public subsidies, Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) and New Market Tax Credits (NMTCs). He manages all land acquisitions, predevelopment site plan approvals, and project financing. Mr. McCabe oversees construction activities including managing design consultants, general contractors, and state agency approvals. Mr. McCabe is a graduate of LaSalle University and received his Masters degree from the University of Colorado.
VP of Human Resources
Kathy White is Vice President of Human Resources for Volunteers of America Delaware Valley. Kathy has been with Volunteers of America since 2004 and has served in various roles in the agency, including Assistant Director of Garrett House, Operations Coordinator and conducts a number of trainings. Kathy leads the Health & Safety committee and is an active member of Risk Management and CQI. Kathy earned her Bachelors degree from Thomas Edison State College and Volunteers of America Nonprofit Executive Program through University of Notre Dame. Kathy is a member of the National Organization for Human Services, Certified PREA auditor, Certified Investigator PA Department of Public Welfare, Member of Mid-Atlantic States Correctional Association and Epic facilitator for Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey. She is an expert in American Correctional Association and working with ex-offenders. Kathy is a native of South Jersey, where she enjoys time with her family. In her spare time she enjoys reading and working out. Her brightest and biggest accomplishment to date is being the mother of her son Christopher Michael. Kathy feels the best way to model her life is a quote by Mahatma Gandhi. “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”.
Senior VP Government Relations