MY FATHER'S HOUSE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Maria Nadelstumph has volunteered with My Father's House for over 15 years and serves as the Board President. Maria is a recognized health care senior executive with over 30 years of broad range experience in service line development and delivery, healthcare partnerships, training and workforce development, and business operations management for senior housing. As the Senior Vice President to a leading senior living company, Maria's experience and background has supported the growth and advancement of quality initiatives of My Father's House alongside organization leadership and fellow Board members. Maria holds a Masters in Organizational Development and B. S. in Therapeutic Recreation and Gerontology.
"I met the Founder (Miriam Broderick) 15 years ago when asked to do formal training for the organization's team. Through that encounter I learned about My Father's House's incredible story and history. My entire professional career has been focused on helping people and changing lives in the private sector. I wanted to use this knowledge to give back to the community in another way. I believe that no matter the age or the environment or the circumstance, every individual deserves a place that will allow them to get the help and care they need to be healthy and happy. Today, my volunteerism continues as Board President where the mission continues to be strong and where every day stories are shared on how this small non-profit has changed a life, supported a family or was a resource to the community. "-Maria
Burns Thomas has volunteered with My Father's House for almost 20 years and currently serves as the Board Treasurer and accountant. Burns is a Computer Systems Analyst for a leading Chemical Manufacturer. Burns holds a Masters in Finance and B.S. in Accounting, both from Drexel University.
"I met the Founder (Miriam Broderick) 20 years ago when a good friend of mine was struggling with addiction. Until then I had no idea how widespread and misunderstood of an issue it could be. It makes me proud to know that I am supporting, in some small way, people who are trying to make a difference in the lives of others."-Burns
Michael Floyd has been a been a member of the Board since 2015. Mike is a partner in the law firm Archer & Greiner, P.C., and concentrates his practice in the areas of land use planning and zoning, environmental permitting, and regulatory compliance. Mike regularly represents clients in land use matters involving industrial parks; warehouse/distribution facilities; e-commerce fulfillment centers; retail centers; mixed-use projects; manufacturing facilities; electric generation facilities; pipelines; and, renewable energy projects. Mike also has extensive experience in counseling clients on what are often controversial land use projects, including group homes, addiction facilities, and affordable housing projects, which often involve neighborhood and/or political opposition.
We all have family and close friends who have been impacted by addiction. It is an honor and privilege to volunteer at My Father’s House to help those in our community, many of whom have limited financial means, obtain the care, guidance, and assistance needed in order to live happy and healthy lives. My Father’s House may be a small non-profit, but its impact is enormous.
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CAROL ANN VANAUKEN
Carol has been actively involved on the board of My Father’s House for two years. Her 30 years of experience in Sales and marketing helps raise funds for the future expansion and renovations for My Father’s house and its clients. Carol currently works for Effectv, the advertising division of Comcast, and hopes that her addition to the Board brings much needed recognition and awareness to the services that change clients and their families lives.
“I reached out to my childhood friend, Sean Broderick, regarding a work opportunity. This lead to meeting his mother, Miriam, founder of My Father’s House and discussions about their mission ensued. I knew immediately that I wanted to be a part of this. This spoke to me personally having lost friends to the disease of addiction. I am committed to keeping Miriam’s vision alive through My Father’s House”