Mr. Curtis Paul has joined the staff of the Village of Hope, Inc., as the new full-time President/CEO. Mr. Paul will be leading the organization in partnership with the Board of Directors and working closely with the staff and women and children participating in the Village’s Steps to Success Transitional Living Program.
Mr. Paul holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Salisbury University. He has 5 years of experience working in the non-profit sector and is passionate about the local Salisbury community. His past professional history includes Executive Director of the Resource Recovery Center and as a Community Health Worker with the Wicomico County Health Department Safe Streets and C.O.A.T. Team programs.
“I am honored to join the Village of Hope team. This well-established and well-loved organization has been an invaluable resource to our community for the past 35 years,” says Paul. “I look forward to working with the staff and Board of Directors to build on the rich legacy of this organization.”
According to Kaytlyn Senkbeil, Chairperson of the Board, “Mr. Paul’s non-profit experience, ties to and knowledge of the community, its resources, and generosity will greatly benefit the Village of Hope. We look forward to him continuing the Village of Hope’s mission to serve at-risk women and their children.”