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    Ifeoma U. Aduba appointed Executive Director of BCWAC

    Former Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition board member Ifeoma (Ify) U. Aduba was appointed the first paid executive director of the BCWAC by the board of directors on May 18th.

    With more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit management, Ify is principal of The Mudita Collective, a consulting company that provides services to corporate, nonprofit, faith-based, and other multi-sector collaborations.

    She is also the part-time executive director of the Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless.

    She is a past executive director of A Woman’s Place, the only domestic violence organization in Bucks County. 

    “I’ve been so fortunate to work with incredible organizations and individuals who are defined by their generosity toward the community and the safety net that strengthens all of us in vulnerable times,” said Ify. ”This opportunity with the BCWAC makes it possible to advocate for all of those organizations, people and our community so we all reach our full potential.” 

    Marcia Miller Telthorster, who was recently elected to a two-year term as BCWAC’s president, said, “BCWAC has long needed an executive director to manage the many components of a volunteer-led advocacy effort for the numerous legislative bills and initiatives that impact women and children in Bucks County. Ify’s experience with the Coalition, her prior executive director positions in the county and her way of looking at systemic problems differently will serve us well as we continue our important work.”

    The BCWAC is a non-partisan coalition of 46 partner organizations that serve women and families and more than 300 individual partners.

    They educate and advocate for gender equity and economic security for all. For more info visit www.bcwac.org.

    PHOTO CAP: Ifeoma U. Aduba

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