National MS Society Announces New Greater Delaware Valley President
January 25, 2016
After a thorough selection process, Kevin Moffitt has accepted the Greater Delaware Valley president position, effective January 25, 2016.
Kevin began his career with the National MS Society in 2005 as communications director after 15 years of leadership experience in the nonprofit and private sectors. Early in his tenure with the Society, he was promoted to vice president, leading all communications activities. Later, his role expanded to oversee operations, technology, services, and advocacy.
Last year, Kevin became the executive vice president, adding programs and individual giving to his responsibilities. These experiences have provided Kevin with the skills and perspective to move the Society’s strategic plan forward.
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