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WIB Members

The Delaware County Workforce Investment Board (DCWIB) is responsible for the strategic management of all workforce development programs in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.  Our goal is to improve the quality of services and ensure that all job seekers have sufficient information upon which to make an informed decision. The DCWIB is led by volunteers from the private sector and includes individuals from education, organized labor, employment and training, human services and community-based organizations.  The Delaware County WIB is comprised of thirty-one volunteer members, all of whom are appointed by Delaware County Council to terms of two or three years.  The WIB meets on a quarterly basis and meetings are open to the public.


Albert A. Danish


Brown & Brown Consulting


Liz Bilotta
Crozer Keystone Health System
Michael Brady
LPL Financial Services
John J. Camero, III
Univest Bank & Trust
Dominic Cappelli, Jr.
JCL Associates
Catherine Judge Cardillo
Mercy Health Corporation of Southeastern PA
Alex Charlton
Delaware County Chamber of Commerce
John Cigler
Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital
Allison David
Goodwill Industries of Delaware & Delaware County
Brenda Dawson
Pathways PA
Adam Gattuso
Monroe Energy, LLC
Maureen Heckler
Maris Grove
Kate Hyzer
Delaware County Literacy Council
Laura Kasper
Monarch Staffing
William L. Kay, III
Drexelbrook Associates
J. Patrick Killian
Delaware County Commerce Center
Philip Lachimia
Delaware County Technical Schools
James Lynch
Communications Workers of America, Local 13000
Michael Maddren
Maddren Law Office
Larry Moulder
Eileen Nelson
Stantec Consulting
Jerome Parker
Delaware County Community College
Charlie Priscopo
Operating Engineers, Local 542
Linda Robson
Delaware County Assistance Office
Christine Rodgers
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
William J. Santora
A & E Construction
John Shelton
NAACP Chester Branch
Robert Simpson
Brinker & Simpson, CPA
William J. Tyson
Dollar Financial
John Unangst
Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union
Robert Vito
Unequal Technologies