Resume du Jour – Stephen P. Terveer – Non-Profit Executive

STEPHEN PHILIP TERVEER

Virginia Beach, VA  23454

(757) 869-8037 / (757) 481-1199

steveterveer@verizon.net

 

OBJECTIVE:   Non-profit Development Leader / SME Consultant / Food Bank Expert

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 25 years, Manager/Executive Director, Non-Profit Organization
  • 20 years, Grant Writing, Capital Campaign Leadership
  • 14 years, Food Bank Management and Organization Supervision
  • 4 years, Peace Corps Volunteer, Republic of the Philippines

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

07/12 – present, Private Consultant

 

  • SME advisor on strategic planning processes – non-profit organizations’ development, fundraising, and policies

 

05/00 – 07/12, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula, Hampton, VA

 

  • Responsible for Administrative Management, Budget Preparation & Financial Management, Grant Writing & Administration, Personnel Management, Policy & Procedural Development, and Program Development & Administration, Fundraising & Public Relations for multimillion dollar non-profit organization’s daily administration
  • Public spokesman for organization, board of directors, staff members, and constituency
  • Grew the net assets of company from $1M- in 2000 to $12M+ by July 2012.
  • Enabled acquisition of $13.6M of food, with $13.5M of food distributed to 244 local community service providers, e.g., Kids Cafes, Back Pack programs, soup kitchens, emergency pantries, daycare centers, and meal shelter programs; fulfilled 1.3M+ food requests (FY-07/10-07/11)
  • Managed large grants: US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) Commodities Food Distribution Program for  the VA Peninsula  ($1M+ annually)
  • Administered Child/Adult Care, and Summer Food Service grants of $500K+ annually
  • Enabled nutrition education, food safety, and self-sufficiency for 41K+ learners
  • Developed/serviced 27 Kids Café sites program; provided 172K+ meals to +/- 1,131 kids daily; with 43,000+ nutritious bags of food for +/-1,300 children weekly
  • Instituted a Culinary Training program providing disadvantaged adults with On-the-Job (OJT) training while preparing meals for students in the Kids Café program
  • Managed facilities/equipment for building/warehousing space of +/-52,000 sq. ft.
  • Directed a staff of 34; assisted in governance of a board of directors of 22
  • Preparation/implementation of $3M+annual operational budgets
  • Supervised/executed accounting/bookkeeping: general ledger, payroll, AP/AR
  • Implemented/completed administration of a capital campaign of $8M; Created direct mail fund campaign, resulting $600K+ in revenue annually
  • Manage audit/compliance annual review for OMB Circular 133 Single Audits
  • Acted as purchasing agent for operational and food purchases
  • Oversaw computerized operating system including inventory reconciliation, statistical reporting, shipping/receiving and fund management
  • Administered Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants for four jurisdictions
  • Administered Neighborhood Assistance Program; obtained state tax credits of in-kind and cash donations for eligible businesses and individuals
  • Implemented/administered AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) Grant Program Volunteers; Obtained major operational/capital grant funding from municipalities throughout the VA Peninsula; formulated, implemented, and administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) grants
  • Garnered major grants from large corporations and foundations: Sentara, Riverside, the Noland Memorial Foundation, SunTrust, Old Point National Bank, Huntington Ingalls, Towne Bank, Dominion Power, Ferguson Enterprises, AGL Resources, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Canon, Smithfield Foods, ConAgra, Sysco Hampton Roads, Produce Source Partners, UPS, Kraft/Philip Morris (Altria), Mars, McCormick Herald Tribune, the Treakle Foundation, Wal-Mart, Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, and the Bernard Franciscan Sisters Foundation; raised funding from grants, special events, and contributions from governmental, business, and individual sources for operating / capital budgets for programs for annual income of $1M+
  • Representative to public/press/media (spokesperson); oversaw volunteer activities/community group support for company programs, special events / daily activities; conducted tours
  • Supervised Development Director for special events, fund raising volunteers, food/fund drives
  • Monitored government relations, policies affecting lower socio-economic families in US/VA; reported to the board of directors, member agencies, and press
  • Managed / directed HR/Benefits administration (34 employees); prepared IRS 5500 C/R’s for Retirement Plans; administered company 403(b) Tax Deferred Annuity Plans, Simple SEP Retirement Plans, Term Life, and Short/Long Term Disability Insurance Plans; managed/negotiated insurance policies: Major Medical, Property, Liability, Worker’s Compensation, Fidelity, Automobile, and Director / Officer’s Insurance, COBRA
  • Recruited, hired, and terminated employees; monitored, evaluated company personnel; ensured employee training and task assignments/scheduling

 

01/90 – 04/00, Associate Director 

Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia, Norfolk, VA

 

  • Managed grants: USDA/VDACS Commodities Food Distribution Program for Southeastern Virginia/Eastern Shore ($1M+ annually); Preparation/implementation of operational budgets; assisted implementation/administration of $3M capital campaign
  • Managed facilities/equipment for central/branch building/warehousing space of ~40,000 sq. ft.; supervised staff (40); acting director in Executive Director’s absence
  • Managed operational and food purchases as purchasing agent; Supervised/executed accounting/bookkeeping function for organization, including general ledger, payroll, AP/AR
  • Manage audit/compliance annual review, experienced in OMB Circular 133 Single Audits
  • Oversaw computerized operating system: inventory reconciliation, statistical reporting, shipping/receiving and fund management, selection/ implementation of team for Enterprise level computer software operating system
  • Administered Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) food purchase grants for 11 jurisdictions in South Hampton Roads and Eastern Shore; Obtained major operational/capital grant funding from municipalities in service area
  • Administered Neighborhood Assistance Program; obtained State tax credits of in-kind and cash donations for eligible businesses and individuals
  • Implemented program and supervised AmeriCorps*VISTA Grant Program Volunteers
  • Garnered major grants from large corporations/foundations: Sentara, Dominion Power, Bank of America, Wachovia, ConAgra, UPS, Kraft/Philip Morris (Altria), Portsmouth Community Health Foundation, Virginia Beach Foundation, Beazley Foundation, Norfolk Foundation; Formulated, implemented and have administered TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) grants
  • Representative to public and press/media; oversaw volunteer activities and community group support for company programs, special events and daily activities; edited/published newsletter
  • Supervised Development Director for special events and fund raising volunteers, including several highly visible and successful regional food and fund raising drives
  • Monitored government relations, policies affecting the poor in US/Virginia; reported to board, member agencies, and press
  • Managed / directed HR and benefits administration for 40 employees
  • Prepared IRS Section 125 Cafeteria Plans, 5500 C/R’s for Retirement Plans; administered company 403(b) Tax Deferred Annuity Plans, Term Life Insurance and Short and Long Term Disability Insurance Plans; negotiated insurance contracts: Major Medical, Property, Liability, Worker’s Compensation, Fidelity, Automobile, and Director’s Insurance, COBRA

 

09/87 – 12/89, Resource Development Director 

Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia, Norfolk, VA

 

  • Responsible for grant writing, food soliciting, fundraising, and special events
  • Directed volunteer recruitment, retention, training and management
  • Implemented/managed Neighborhood Assistance Program; garnered State tax credits after the program promulgated by the Virginia General Assembly
  • Primary spokesperson for agency, conducted tours, and spoke to community groups
  • Representative to public and press/media; oversaw volunteer activities/community group support for programs, special events, and daily activities
  • Directed staff, events, and fund-raising volunteers; edited/published quarterly newsletter
  • Monitored government relations, policies affecting lower income households in US/VA; reported to board, member agencies, and press

 

01/84 – 08/86, Water/Sanitation Consultant

Provincial Development Staff and Engineering Office, Office of the Governor

U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Cebu City, Philippines

 

  • Organized rural municipalities into water associations to avail of government / private international organizational support and assistance provided by foreign governments
  • Organized, planned, ensured financing and construction of a ‘level-two’ sanitary water distribution system/rural waterworks association for Poblacion of Municipality of Tabuelan

 

08/82 – 01/84, Community Health Worker

Ministry of Health, Municipality of Tabuelan

U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Republic of the Philippines

 

  • Liaison for rural townspeople/governmental agencies administering water/sanitation projects
  • Established Municipal Library with assistance from Tabuelan local school officials, US Embassy, Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, US Navy’s Operation Handclasp, and US Senator John Warner (VA)

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 1999 – 2001, Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting, Virginia Wesleyan College, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 1991 – 1992, Masters of Business Administration, Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA; Graduate course work
  • 05/81, Bachelor of Art, Anthropology/Religious Studies The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; with Distinction; Dean’s List five semesters

 

TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 04/12, Emotional & Social Intelligence / Teachings of Daniel Goleman, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Newport News, VA
  • 09/12, Talent Management Assessment & Hay Group Emotional and Social Competency Inventory, Sentara Heathcare, Newport News, VA
  • 12/11, Diversity Training, Newport News Sheriff Gabe Morgan, Newport News, VA
  • 11/11, Certification, Food Safety, American Institute of Baking International, Newport News, VA
  • 12/10, Strategic Planning Training, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Newport News, VA
  • 06/10, National Donations Management Network Program for State Governments & State Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster Members, The Aidmatrix Network for Humanitarian Relief, Richmond, VA
  • 04/10, Strategic Imperatives & Long Range Planning, Sentara Healthcare, Newport News, VA
  • 03/10, Organizational Capability and Self-Assessment, Feeding America, Chicago, IL
  • 04/09, Leadership Training, Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, Williamsburg, VA
  • 07/08, National Incident Management Training, Federal Emergency Management Agency & Feeding America, Chicago, IL
  • 01/07, National Incident Management System (NIMS:Introduction), IS-00700, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Emergency Management Institute, Chicago, IL
  • 01/02, Managing Fiscal Responsibilities of Nonprofits, Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, Norfolk, VA
  • 12/01, Supervisory Training, AmeriCorps*VISTA, Portsmouth, VA
  • 10/00, Executive Director Training, America’s 2nd Harvest National Network of Food Banks, Chicago, IL
  • 03/00, Second Harvest National Network of Food Banks, Finance, Administration and Technology Conference, America’s Chicago, IL
  • 10/99, Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) Training, COBRA Compliance Systems, Norfolk, VA
  • 08/99, Crystal Report 7.0 Report Writer, Electronic Systems Inc. (ESI), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 01/99, MS Windows 98 Operator, Electronic Systems Inc. (ESI), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 04/98, America’s Second Harvest National Network of Food Banks, Finance, Administration, and Technology Conference, Chicago, IL
  • 11/97, MS Excel 5.0 Operator, Electronic Systems Inc. (ESI), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 10/97, Managing Fiscal Responsibilities of Non-Profits, Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, Norfolk, VA
  • 1996, Total Quality Management Challenge Workshop, United Way of South Hampton Roads, Norfolk, VA
  • 06/96, New Art of Hiring Smart Seminar, Better Business Bureau, Leadership Marketing Group, Norfolk, VA
  • 08/92, Supervisory Training (6 weeks), Hope House Foundation, Norfolk, VA
  • 1982, Language, Culture And Technical Orientation In Health/Nutrition, Community Development and Water/Sanitation, Peace Corps, Philippines

 

GRANTS / PUBLICATIONS / WHITE PAPERS:

 

  • 2012, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2012, Commonwealth of VA, Enterprise Zone Real Property Investment Grant, ($100K)
  • 2012, Wal-Mart Foundation, Fresh Foods For Virginians ($90K)
  • 2011, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Child and Adult Care Feeding Program ($500K)
  • 2011, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Summer Food Service Program Grant ($70K)
  • 2011, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Grant ($30K)
  • 2010, Bank of America/Feeding America Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Start-Up Grant ($48K)
  • 2010, Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, Capital Grant ($75K)
  • 2010, Farm Fresh Charitable Foundation, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2010, Commonwealth of Virginia, Food Purchase Grant ($143K)
  • 2010 – 2012, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Economic Development Initiative Grant ($386K)
  • 2009, US Department of Agriculture, American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 Grant ($40K)
  • 2009 – 2012, Warwick Plumbing & Heating Corporation, Capital Grant ($75K)
  • 2009, Ford/Newman’s Own Vehicle Grant ($60K)
  • 2009, Harris Teeter, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2009, Bank of America, Capital Grant ($50K)
  • 2007 – 2012, City of Newport News, Capital Grant ($2M)
  • 2007 – 2012, Smithfield Foods, Capital Grant ($500K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Huntington Ingalls Industries, Capital Grant ($50K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Wachovia (Wells Fargo) Foundation, Capital Grant ($50K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Dominion Resources Foundation, Capital Grant ($250K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Ferguson Enterprises, Inc., Capital Grant ($250K)
  • 2006 – 2011, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula, Capital Grant ($100K)
  • 2006 – 2011, City of Hampton, Capital Grant ($1M)
  • 2006 – 2011, Noland Memorial Foundation, Capital Grant ($250K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Sentara Healthcare, Capital Grant ($125K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Riverside Health Foundation, Capital Grant ($125K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Old Point National Bank, Capital Grant ($125K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Towne Bank, Capital Grant ($100K)
  • 2006 – 2011, SunTrust Bank, Capital Grant ($75K)
  • 2006, Dominion Resources Foundation, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2000 – 2012, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula Annual Allocation Grants ($50K –  $110K annual growth)
  • 2000 – 2012, U.S. Department of Agriculture, The Emergency Food Assistance Program Grants ($800K-$1.5M annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, Commonwealth of Virginia, Neighborhood Assistance Program Tax Credit Grants ($150K – $250K annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Food and Shelter Program Grants ($100K – $200K annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, McCormick Tribune Foundation and the Peninsula Community Foundation, the Daily Press Holiday Fund Grant (Avg. $30K annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, City of Newport News, Community Support Agency Grants ($50K – $75K annual growth)
  • 2000 – 2012, The J. Edwin Treakle Foundation, Operating Support Grants ($10K avg. annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, City of Hampton, Community Support Agency Grants ($20K – $40K annual growth)
  • 2000 – 2012, The Mars Foundation, Operating Support Grants ($10 K avg. annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, Operating and Program Grants (<$30K) from corporations/foundations: Feeding America, ConAgra Foods Feeding Children Better Foundation, UPS Foundation, Canon America, Disabled American Veterans, Bank of America, Dominion Resources, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Noland Foundation, Food Lion, western Union, Pampered Chef, First United Methodist Church of Newport News, Junior League of Hampton Roads, Share Our Strength Foundation, American Idol Model Program Grant, Farm Fresh Foundation, Wal-Mart Foundation, Kraft Foods/Altria Foundation and Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger

 

SPECIAL EVENTS:

 

  • 2008 – 2012, Annual Harlem Wizards Exhibition Basketball Game, Avg. $2K+
  • 2007, An Evening with Paula Deen, netting $250K+, Hampton Convention Center, Hampton, VA
  • 2007 – 2012, Legal Food Frenzy, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks/Office of Virginia Attorney General, Avg. $100K+
  • 2000 – 2012, Tastefully Yours, Peninsula’s Best, Avg. ~$100K, Hampton Convention Center, Hampton, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Area-wide food drives garnering 100K pounds of food annually with US Postal Service/National Association of Letter Carriers, Girl Scout Council of the Colonial Coast, and Christopher Newport University
  • 2000 – 2012, 106.9 the Fox/FM 99, Mayflower Marathon Food & Fund Drive, Avg. $30K+

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

  • Message from the CEO, articles pertaining to hunger, poverty and public awareness in quarterly newsletters and Annual Reports, 2000 – 2012
  • Network Activity Report (annual), Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula as reported to Feeding America, the National Foodbank Network, 2000 – 2012
  • Summer of Our Discontent (white paper), presented 10/11/11, Annual Legislative Breakfast of Peninsula Non-Profits United, Hampton, VA
  • Commonwealth of Virginia State Disaster Plan, 09/11, Co-author/Editor, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks
  • Hunger in America (Quadrennial), Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula as reported to Feeding America, the National Foodbank Network, 2010, 2006, and 2002  

 

PRESENTATIONS / TRAINING:

 

  • 10/11, Keynote Speaker, College of William and Mary Mason School of Business (50)
  • 12/09 & 12/11, Keynote Speaker, Christopher Newport University, Sing For Hunger (100)
  • 11/09, Speaker and Presenter, Christopher Newport University, Hunger Panel (200)
  • 10/08, Speaker/Presenter, Christopher Newport University, Luncheon hosted by CNU President Paul Tribble for Tony Hall, US Representative to United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture (Ambassador/US Representative – Ohio, Chair of US House Select Committee on Hunger (75)
  • 2006/2011, Speaker, Virginia Emergency Managers Association, Richmond (2011) & Williamsburg, VA (2006) (50)
  • 12/04, Keynote, Virginia Association of Government Accountants, Williamsburg, VA (200)
  • 09/04, Presenter, National Vol. Organizations Active In Disaster National Conference (25)
  • 09/03, Speaker, Feeding America National Hunger Summit, Utilizing Financial Ratios (50)
  • 2000 – 2012, Chaired bi-monthly meetings, Board of Directors (22)
  • 2000 – 2012, Chaired monthly staff, safety/sanitation meetings (35)
  • 2000 – 2012, Speaking engagements to community, government, and businesses including: Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, Knights of Columbus, churches, Chambers of Commerce, fraternities, sororities, elementary, middle, and high school (100)

 

SOFTWARE / HARDWARE / COMPUTER / TECHNICAL SKILLS:

 

  • Crystal Reports
  • Erie Custom Computer Applications, Primarius Operating System, including general ledger, accounting, inventory, cash receipting, fundraising, donor, and agency modules
  • Macola Enterprise Suite Operating System
  • Microsoft (7): Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word, Outlook/Express, Works (9)
  • Quickbooks
  • Windows 1998/2000/Windows XP

 

HONORS / AWARDS / RECOGNITIONS:

 

  • 2011, Community Services Humanitarian, Newport News Human Rights Commission, VA
  • 2011, Community Agency Honoree, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula, VA
  • 2006, Agency Award Tropical Storm Ernesto Relief Activities, City Council of the City of Hampton, VA
  • 2006, Attendee (1/25 honorees), Feeding America Foodbank Executive Director, Inaugural Leadership Conference, Kansas City, MO
  • 2000, Community Services Award, Office of Human Affairs, Newport News, VA
  • 2000, Paul A. Askew Community Services Award, Tidewater Labor Council/United Way of South Hampton Roads, VA
  • 1993, Leadership Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, VA
  • 1987, 1988, 1989, Outstanding Young Man of America, Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1987, 1988,? Presidential Award of Honor, Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1987, Jaycee of the Month (Sept.), Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1986, Adopted Son of Municipality, Anak sa Tabuelan, Cebu, Philippines
  • 1976, Eagle Scout, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 1976, Member, National Honor Society, First Colonial High School, Virginia Beach, VA

 

VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY / MEMBERSHIP / TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

  • 2011 – 2012, President, Virginia Peninsula Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)
  • 2011 – 2012, Board Member and President of the Copeland Industrial Park Business Association, Hampton, VA
  • 2010 – 2012, Founding Board Member, Peninsula Non-Profits United, Newport News, VA
  • 2010 – 2011, Vice President, Copeland Industrial Park Business Association, Hampton, VA
  • 2008 – 2012, Executive Committee Member, Virginia Peninsula VOAD
  • 2008 – 2009, Founding Board Member and first President of the Virginia Peninsula VOAD
  • 2006 – 2012, Member, Feeding America Disaster Advisory Board, Chicago, IL
  • 2005, Volunteer, FEMA’s Joint Field Offices, Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA (Hurricanes Katrina and Rita)
  • 2005 – 2006, Member, Feeding America Disaster Response Task Force, Chicago, IL
  • 2004 – 2012, Executive Committee Member, Virginia VOAD
  • 2004 – 2008, Secretary/Treasurer, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks, Richmond, VA
  • 2004 – 2007, Volunteer, Board Member / Basketball Coach – Great Neck Athletic Association (Youth Sports League), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 2002, Volunteer, Outcome Measurements Committee, United Way of Virginia Peninsula
  • 2002 – 2003, President, Va. Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Volunteer, GAP Needs Analysis and SNAP Outreach Committees of the Virginia Department of Social Services, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula Executive Directors Forum, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, Greater Va. Peninsula Continuum of Care Council, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, FEMA State Set-Aside Committee, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, Eastern Region of Feeding America Foodbanks, Chicago, IL
  • 2000 – 2012, Executive Committee Member, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2009, Volunteer, Advocacy Committee of the Virginia Peninsula Continuum of Care, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2002, Volunteer, Advisory Board, USDA Commodities Distribution with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2001, Secretary/Treasurer, Virginia Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Richmond, VA
  • 1998 – 2000, Past Board Member – RESPONSE Sexual Assault Support Services, Norfolk, VA
  • 1996 – 2000, Volunteer, Founding Director/Past President for Southeastern Virginia (VOAD), Norfolk, VA
  • 1990 – Present, 3rd Degree Member, Knights of Columbus, Father Nicholas J. Habets Council #4632, Virginia Beach, VA ?
  • 1987-1990, Member, Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1976, Brotherhood Member, Order of the Arrow of the Boy Scouts of America (Scouting’s National Honor Society), Blue Heron Lodge, Norfolk, VA

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS:  Spanish – basic tourist level & Cebuano (Philippines) – advanced conversational

 

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Resume du Jour – Stephen P. Terveer – Non-Profit Executive

STEPHEN PHILIP TERVEER

Virginia Beach, VA  23454

(757) 869-8037 / (757) 481-1199

steveterveer@verizon.net

 

OBJECTIVE:   Non-profit Development Leader / SME Consultant / Food Bank Expert

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY:

 

  • 25 years, Manager/Executive Director, Non-Profit Organization
  • 20 years, Grant Writing, Capital Campaign Leadership
  • 14 years, Food Bank Management and Organization Supervision
  • 4 years, Peace Corps Volunteer, Republic of the Philippines

 

EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO:

 

07/12 – present, Private Consultant

 

  • SME advisor on strategic planning processes – non-profit organizations’ development, fundraising, and policies

 

05/00 – 07/12, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula, Hampton, VA

 

  • Responsible for Administrative Management, Budget Preparation & Financial Management, Grant Writing & Administration, Personnel Management, Policy & Procedural Development, and Program Development & Administration, Fundraising & Public Relations for multimillion dollar non-profit organization’s daily administration
  • Public spokesman for organization, board of directors, staff members, and constituency
  • Grew the net assets of company from $1M- in 2000 to $12M+ by July 2012.
  • Enabled acquisition of $13.6M of food, with $13.5M of food distributed to 244 local community service providers, e.g., Kids Cafes, Back Pack programs, soup kitchens, emergency pantries, daycare centers, and meal shelter programs; fulfilled 1.3M+ food requests (FY-07/10-07/11)
  • Managed large grants: US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS) Commodities Food Distribution Program for  the VA Peninsula  ($1M+ annually)
  • Administered Child/Adult Care, and Summer Food Service grants of $500K+ annually
  • Enabled nutrition education, food safety, and self-sufficiency for 41K+ learners
  • Developed/serviced 27 Kids Café sites program; provided 172K+ meals to +/- 1,131 kids daily; with 43,000+ nutritious bags of food for +/-1,300 children weekly
  • Instituted a Culinary Training program providing disadvantaged adults with On-the-Job (OJT) training while preparing meals for students in the Kids Café program
  • Managed facilities/equipment for building/warehousing space of +/-52,000 sq. ft.
  • Directed a staff of 34; assisted in governance of a board of directors of 22
  • Preparation/implementation of $3M+annual operational budgets
  • Supervised/executed accounting/bookkeeping: general ledger, payroll, AP/AR
  • Implemented/completed administration of a capital campaign of $8M; Created direct mail fund campaign, resulting $600K+ in revenue annually
  • Manage audit/compliance annual review for OMB Circular 133 Single Audits
  • Acted as purchasing agent for operational and food purchases
  • Oversaw computerized operating system including inventory reconciliation, statistical reporting, shipping/receiving and fund management
  • Administered Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants for four jurisdictions
  • Administered Neighborhood Assistance Program; obtained state tax credits of in-kind and cash donations for eligible businesses and individuals
  • Implemented/administered AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) Grant Program Volunteers; Obtained major operational/capital grant funding from municipalities throughout the VA Peninsula; formulated, implemented, and administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) grants
  • Garnered major grants from large corporations and foundations: Sentara, Riverside, the Noland Memorial Foundation, SunTrust, Old Point National Bank, Huntington Ingalls, Towne Bank, Dominion Power, Ferguson Enterprises, AGL Resources, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Canon, Smithfield Foods, ConAgra, Sysco Hampton Roads, Produce Source Partners, UPS, Kraft/Philip Morris (Altria), Mars, McCormick Herald Tribune, the Treakle Foundation, Wal-Mart, Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, and the Bernard Franciscan Sisters Foundation; raised funding from grants, special events, and contributions from governmental, business, and individual sources for operating / capital budgets for programs for annual income of $1M+
  • Representative to public/press/media (spokesperson); oversaw volunteer activities/community group support for company programs, special events / daily activities; conducted tours
  • Supervised Development Director for special events, fund raising volunteers, food/fund drives
  • Monitored government relations, policies affecting lower socio-economic families in US/VA; reported to the board of directors, member agencies, and press
  • Managed / directed HR/Benefits administration (34 employees); prepared IRS 5500 C/R’s for Retirement Plans; administered company 403(b) Tax Deferred Annuity Plans, Simple SEP Retirement Plans, Term Life, and Short/Long Term Disability Insurance Plans; managed/negotiated insurance policies: Major Medical, Property, Liability, Worker’s Compensation, Fidelity, Automobile, and Director / Officer’s Insurance, COBRA
  • Recruited, hired, and terminated employees; monitored, evaluated company personnel; ensured employee training and task assignments/scheduling

 

01/90 – 04/00, Associate Director 

Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia, Norfolk, VA

 

  • Managed grants: USDA/VDACS Commodities Food Distribution Program for Southeastern Virginia/Eastern Shore ($1M+ annually); Preparation/implementation of operational budgets; assisted implementation/administration of $3M capital campaign
  • Managed facilities/equipment for central/branch building/warehousing space of ~40,000 sq. ft.; supervised staff (40); acting director in Executive Director’s absence
  • Managed operational and food purchases as purchasing agent; Supervised/executed accounting/bookkeeping function for organization, including general ledger, payroll, AP/AR
  • Manage audit/compliance annual review, experienced in OMB Circular 133 Single Audits
  • Oversaw computerized operating system: inventory reconciliation, statistical reporting, shipping/receiving and fund management, selection/ implementation of team for Enterprise level computer software operating system
  • Administered Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) food purchase grants for 11 jurisdictions in South Hampton Roads and Eastern Shore; Obtained major operational/capital grant funding from municipalities in service area
  • Administered Neighborhood Assistance Program; obtained State tax credits of in-kind and cash donations for eligible businesses and individuals
  • Implemented program and supervised AmeriCorps*VISTA Grant Program Volunteers
  • Garnered major grants from large corporations/foundations: Sentara, Dominion Power, Bank of America, Wachovia, ConAgra, UPS, Kraft/Philip Morris (Altria), Portsmouth Community Health Foundation, Virginia Beach Foundation, Beazley Foundation, Norfolk Foundation; Formulated, implemented and have administered TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) grants
  • Representative to public and press/media; oversaw volunteer activities and community group support for company programs, special events and daily activities; edited/published newsletter
  • Supervised Development Director for special events and fund raising volunteers, including several highly visible and successful regional food and fund raising drives
  • Monitored government relations, policies affecting the poor in US/Virginia; reported to board, member agencies, and press
  • Managed / directed HR and benefits administration for 40 employees
  • Prepared IRS Section 125 Cafeteria Plans, 5500 C/R’s for Retirement Plans; administered company 403(b) Tax Deferred Annuity Plans, Term Life Insurance and Short and Long Term Disability Insurance Plans; negotiated insurance contracts: Major Medical, Property, Liability, Worker’s Compensation, Fidelity, Automobile, and Director’s Insurance, COBRA

 

09/87 – 12/89, Resource Development Director 

Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia, Norfolk, VA

 

  • Responsible for grant writing, food soliciting, fundraising, and special events
  • Directed volunteer recruitment, retention, training and management
  • Implemented/managed Neighborhood Assistance Program; garnered State tax credits after the program promulgated by the Virginia General Assembly
  • Primary spokesperson for agency, conducted tours, and spoke to community groups
  • Representative to public and press/media; oversaw volunteer activities/community group support for programs, special events, and daily activities
  • Directed staff, events, and fund-raising volunteers; edited/published quarterly newsletter
  • Monitored government relations, policies affecting lower income households in US/VA; reported to board, member agencies, and press

 

01/84 – 08/86, Water/Sanitation Consultant

Provincial Development Staff and Engineering Office, Office of the Governor

U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Cebu City, Philippines

 

  • Organized rural municipalities into water associations to avail of government / private international organizational support and assistance provided by foreign governments
  • Organized, planned, ensured financing and construction of a ‘level-two’ sanitary water distribution system/rural waterworks association for Poblacion of Municipality of Tabuelan

 

08/82 – 01/84, Community Health Worker

Ministry of Health, Municipality of Tabuelan

U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Republic of the Philippines

 

  • Liaison for rural townspeople/governmental agencies administering water/sanitation projects
  • Established Municipal Library with assistance from Tabuelan local school officials, US Embassy, Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, US Navy’s Operation Handclasp, and US Senator John Warner (VA)

 

FORMAL EDUCATION:

 

  • 1999 – 2001, Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting, Virginia Wesleyan College, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 1991 – 1992, Masters of Business Administration, Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA; Graduate course work
  • 05/81, Bachelor of Art, Anthropology/Religious Studies The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA; with Distinction; Dean’s List five semesters

 

TRAINING / CERTIFICATIONS:

 

  • 04/12, Emotional & Social Intelligence / Teachings of Daniel Goleman, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Newport News, VA
  • 09/12, Talent Management Assessment & Hay Group Emotional and Social Competency Inventory, Sentara Heathcare, Newport News, VA
  • 12/11, Diversity Training, Newport News Sheriff Gabe Morgan, Newport News, VA
  • 11/11, Certification, Food Safety, American Institute of Baking International, Newport News, VA
  • 12/10, Strategic Planning Training, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Newport News, VA
  • 06/10, National Donations Management Network Program for State Governments & State Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster Members, The Aidmatrix Network for Humanitarian Relief, Richmond, VA
  • 04/10, Strategic Imperatives & Long Range Planning, Sentara Healthcare, Newport News, VA
  • 03/10, Organizational Capability and Self-Assessment, Feeding America, Chicago, IL
  • 04/09, Leadership Training, Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, Williamsburg, VA
  • 07/08, National Incident Management Training, Federal Emergency Management Agency & Feeding America, Chicago, IL
  • 01/07, National Incident Management System (NIMS:Introduction), IS-00700, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Emergency Management Institute, Chicago, IL
  • 01/02, Managing Fiscal Responsibilities of Nonprofits, Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, Norfolk, VA
  • 12/01, Supervisory Training, AmeriCorps*VISTA, Portsmouth, VA
  • 10/00, Executive Director Training, America’s 2nd Harvest National Network of Food Banks, Chicago, IL
  • 03/00, Second Harvest National Network of Food Banks, Finance, Administration and Technology Conference, America’s Chicago, IL
  • 10/99, Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) Training, COBRA Compliance Systems, Norfolk, VA
  • 08/99, Crystal Report 7.0 Report Writer, Electronic Systems Inc. (ESI), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 01/99, MS Windows 98 Operator, Electronic Systems Inc. (ESI), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 04/98, America’s Second Harvest National Network of Food Banks, Finance, Administration, and Technology Conference, Chicago, IL
  • 11/97, MS Excel 5.0 Operator, Electronic Systems Inc. (ESI), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 10/97, Managing Fiscal Responsibilities of Non-Profits, Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants, Norfolk, VA
  • 1996, Total Quality Management Challenge Workshop, United Way of South Hampton Roads, Norfolk, VA
  • 06/96, New Art of Hiring Smart Seminar, Better Business Bureau, Leadership Marketing Group, Norfolk, VA
  • 08/92, Supervisory Training (6 weeks), Hope House Foundation, Norfolk, VA
  • 1982, Language, Culture And Technical Orientation In Health/Nutrition, Community Development and Water/Sanitation, Peace Corps, Philippines

 

GRANTS / PUBLICATIONS / WHITE PAPERS:

 

  • 2012, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2012, Commonwealth of VA, Enterprise Zone Real Property Investment Grant, ($100K)
  • 2012, Wal-Mart Foundation, Fresh Foods For Virginians ($90K)
  • 2011, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Child and Adult Care Feeding Program ($500K)
  • 2011, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Summer Food Service Program Grant ($70K)
  • 2011, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Grant ($30K)
  • 2010, Bank of America/Feeding America Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Start-Up Grant ($48K)
  • 2010, Williamsburg Community Health Foundation, Capital Grant ($75K)
  • 2010, Farm Fresh Charitable Foundation, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2010, Commonwealth of Virginia, Food Purchase Grant ($143K)
  • 2010 – 2012, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Economic Development Initiative Grant ($386K)
  • 2009, US Department of Agriculture, American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 Grant ($40K)
  • 2009 – 2012, Warwick Plumbing & Heating Corporation, Capital Grant ($75K)
  • 2009, Ford/Newman’s Own Vehicle Grant ($60K)
  • 2009, Harris Teeter, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2009, Bank of America, Capital Grant ($50K)
  • 2007 – 2012, City of Newport News, Capital Grant ($2M)
  • 2007 – 2012, Smithfield Foods, Capital Grant ($500K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Huntington Ingalls Industries, Capital Grant ($50K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Wachovia (Wells Fargo) Foundation, Capital Grant ($50K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Dominion Resources Foundation, Capital Grant ($250K)
  • 2007 – 2012, Ferguson Enterprises, Inc., Capital Grant ($250K)
  • 2006 – 2011, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula, Capital Grant ($100K)
  • 2006 – 2011, City of Hampton, Capital Grant ($1M)
  • 2006 – 2011, Noland Memorial Foundation, Capital Grant ($250K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Sentara Healthcare, Capital Grant ($125K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Riverside Health Foundation, Capital Grant ($125K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Old Point National Bank, Capital Grant ($125K)
  • 2006 – 2011, Towne Bank, Capital Grant ($100K)
  • 2006 – 2011, SunTrust Bank, Capital Grant ($75K)
  • 2006, Dominion Resources Foundation, Operating Grant ($50K)
  • 2000 – 2012, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula Annual Allocation Grants ($50K –  $110K annual growth)
  • 2000 – 2012, U.S. Department of Agriculture, The Emergency Food Assistance Program Grants ($800K-$1.5M annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, Commonwealth of Virginia, Neighborhood Assistance Program Tax Credit Grants ($150K – $250K annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Food and Shelter Program Grants ($100K – $200K annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, McCormick Tribune Foundation and the Peninsula Community Foundation, the Daily Press Holiday Fund Grant (Avg. $30K annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, City of Newport News, Community Support Agency Grants ($50K – $75K annual growth)
  • 2000 – 2012, The J. Edwin Treakle Foundation, Operating Support Grants ($10K avg. annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, City of Hampton, Community Support Agency Grants ($20K – $40K annual growth)
  • 2000 – 2012, The Mars Foundation, Operating Support Grants ($10 K avg. annually)
  • 2000 – 2012, Operating and Program Grants (<$30K) from corporations/foundations: Feeding America, ConAgra Foods Feeding Children Better Foundation, UPS Foundation, Canon America, Disabled American Veterans, Bank of America, Dominion Resources, Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Foundation, Noland Foundation, Food Lion, western Union, Pampered Chef, First United Methodist Church of Newport News, Junior League of Hampton Roads, Share Our Strength Foundation, American Idol Model Program Grant, Farm Fresh Foundation, Wal-Mart Foundation, Kraft Foods/Altria Foundation and Food Industry Crusade Against Hunger

 

SPECIAL EVENTS:

 

  • 2008 – 2012, Annual Harlem Wizards Exhibition Basketball Game, Avg. $2K+
  • 2007, An Evening with Paula Deen, netting $250K+, Hampton Convention Center, Hampton, VA
  • 2007 – 2012, Legal Food Frenzy, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks/Office of Virginia Attorney General, Avg. $100K+
  • 2000 – 2012, Tastefully Yours, Peninsula’s Best, Avg. ~$100K, Hampton Convention Center, Hampton, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Area-wide food drives garnering 100K pounds of food annually with US Postal Service/National Association of Letter Carriers, Girl Scout Council of the Colonial Coast, and Christopher Newport University
  • 2000 – 2012, 106.9 the Fox/FM 99, Mayflower Marathon Food & Fund Drive, Avg. $30K+

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

  • Message from the CEO, articles pertaining to hunger, poverty and public awareness in quarterly newsletters and Annual Reports, 2000 – 2012
  • Network Activity Report (annual), Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula as reported to Feeding America, the National Foodbank Network, 2000 – 2012
  • Summer of Our Discontent (white paper), presented 10/11/11, Annual Legislative Breakfast of Peninsula Non-Profits United, Hampton, VA
  • Commonwealth of Virginia State Disaster Plan, 09/11, Co-author/Editor, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks
  • Hunger in America (Quadrennial), Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula as reported to Feeding America, the National Foodbank Network, 2010, 2006, and 2002  

 

PRESENTATIONS / TRAINING:

 

  • 10/11, Keynote Speaker, College of William and Mary Mason School of Business (50)
  • 12/09 & 12/11, Keynote Speaker, Christopher Newport University, Sing For Hunger (100)
  • 11/09, Speaker and Presenter, Christopher Newport University, Hunger Panel (200)
  • 10/08, Speaker/Presenter, Christopher Newport University, Luncheon hosted by CNU President Paul Tribble for Tony Hall, US Representative to United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture (Ambassador/US Representative – Ohio, Chair of US House Select Committee on Hunger (75)
  • 2006/2011, Speaker, Virginia Emergency Managers Association, Richmond (2011) & Williamsburg, VA (2006) (50)
  • 12/04, Keynote, Virginia Association of Government Accountants, Williamsburg, VA (200)
  • 09/04, Presenter, National Vol. Organizations Active In Disaster National Conference (25)
  • 09/03, Speaker, Feeding America National Hunger Summit, Utilizing Financial Ratios (50)
  • 2000 – 2012, Chaired bi-monthly meetings, Board of Directors (22)
  • 2000 – 2012, Chaired monthly staff, safety/sanitation meetings (35)
  • 2000 – 2012, Speaking engagements to community, government, and businesses including: Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, Knights of Columbus, churches, Chambers of Commerce, fraternities, sororities, elementary, middle, and high school (100)

 

SOFTWARE / HARDWARE / COMPUTER / TECHNICAL SKILLS:

 

  • Crystal Reports
  • Erie Custom Computer Applications, Primarius Operating System, including general ledger, accounting, inventory, cash receipting, fundraising, donor, and agency modules
  • Macola Enterprise Suite Operating System
  • Microsoft (7): Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Word, Outlook/Express, Works (9)
  • Quickbooks
  • Windows 1998/2000/Windows XP

 

HONORS / AWARDS / RECOGNITIONS:

 

  • 2011, Community Services Humanitarian, Newport News Human Rights Commission, VA
  • 2011, Community Agency Honoree, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula, VA
  • 2006, Agency Award Tropical Storm Ernesto Relief Activities, City Council of the City of Hampton, VA
  • 2006, Attendee (1/25 honorees), Feeding America Foodbank Executive Director, Inaugural Leadership Conference, Kansas City, MO
  • 2000, Community Services Award, Office of Human Affairs, Newport News, VA
  • 2000, Paul A. Askew Community Services Award, Tidewater Labor Council/United Way of South Hampton Roads, VA
  • 1993, Leadership Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, VA
  • 1987, 1988, 1989, Outstanding Young Man of America, Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1987, 1988,? Presidential Award of Honor, Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1987, Jaycee of the Month (Sept.), Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1986, Adopted Son of Municipality, Anak sa Tabuelan, Cebu, Philippines
  • 1976, Eagle Scout, Virginia Beach, VA
  • 1976, Member, National Honor Society, First Colonial High School, Virginia Beach, VA

 

VOLUNTEER / COMMUNITY / MEMBERSHIP / TRADE ORGANIZATIONS:

 

  • 2011 – 2012, President, Virginia Peninsula Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD)
  • 2011 – 2012, Board Member and President of the Copeland Industrial Park Business Association, Hampton, VA
  • 2010 – 2012, Founding Board Member, Peninsula Non-Profits United, Newport News, VA
  • 2010 – 2011, Vice President, Copeland Industrial Park Business Association, Hampton, VA
  • 2008 – 2012, Executive Committee Member, Virginia Peninsula VOAD
  • 2008 – 2009, Founding Board Member and first President of the Virginia Peninsula VOAD
  • 2006 – 2012, Member, Feeding America Disaster Advisory Board, Chicago, IL
  • 2005, Volunteer, FEMA’s Joint Field Offices, Baton Rouge and New Orleans, LA (Hurricanes Katrina and Rita)
  • 2005 – 2006, Member, Feeding America Disaster Response Task Force, Chicago, IL
  • 2004 – 2012, Executive Committee Member, Virginia VOAD
  • 2004 – 2008, Secretary/Treasurer, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks, Richmond, VA
  • 2004 – 2007, Volunteer, Board Member / Basketball Coach – Great Neck Athletic Association (Youth Sports League), Virginia Beach, VA
  • 2002, Volunteer, Outcome Measurements Committee, United Way of Virginia Peninsula
  • 2002 – 2003, President, Va. Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Volunteer, GAP Needs Analysis and SNAP Outreach Committees of the Virginia Department of Social Services, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, United Way of the Virginia Peninsula Executive Directors Forum, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, Greater Va. Peninsula Continuum of Care Council, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, FEMA State Set-Aside Committee, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2012, Member, Eastern Region of Feeding America Foodbanks, Chicago, IL
  • 2000 – 2012, Executive Committee Member, Federation of Virginia Foodbanks, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2009, Volunteer, Advocacy Committee of the Virginia Peninsula Continuum of Care, Newport News, VA
  • 2000 – 2002, Volunteer, Advisory Board, USDA Commodities Distribution with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Richmond, VA
  • 2000 – 2001, Secretary/Treasurer, Virginia Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Richmond, VA
  • 1998 – 2000, Past Board Member – RESPONSE Sexual Assault Support Services, Norfolk, VA
  • 1996 – 2000, Volunteer, Founding Director/Past President for Southeastern Virginia (VOAD), Norfolk, VA
  • 1990 – Present, 3rd Degree Member, Knights of Columbus, Father Nicholas J. Habets Council #4632, Virginia Beach, VA ?
  • 1987-1990, Member, Norfolk Jaycees, Norfolk, VA
  • 1976, Brotherhood Member, Order of the Arrow of the Boy Scouts of America (Scouting’s National Honor Society), Blue Heron Lodge, Norfolk, VA

 

LANGUAGE SKILLS:  Spanish – basic tourist level & Cebuano (Philippines) – advanced conversational

 



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