We are excited to welcome Victoriato our team
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) February 18, 2013
Pennsylvania-New Jersey-Delaware Minority Supplier Development Council (PA-NJ-DE MSDC) today announces Victoria Hosendorf has joined the Council as Director of Corporate Relations and Operations.
Hosendorf will primarily be responsible for developing and maintaining new and existing corporate partnerships and ensuring the successful execution of corporate programs. She will also have financial and budgetary responsibilities for the overall operation of the Council.
“We are excited to welcome Victoria to our team and to this position,” said Wade Colclough, president and CEO. “She brings a wealth of experience in client relationship building, fiscal management and budgeting, strategic planning and contract administration. Victoria’s role is imperative for the ROI for corporate members, strategic goals for our minority business enterprises, and the overall success of the Council. “
Hosendorf most recently worked for the American Cancer Society. Her background also includes event and volunteer management, contract administration, community outreach and project management. Hosendorf is a graduate of The National Graduate School of Quality Management and holds a Master of Science in Quality Systems Management and Six Sigma Green Belt Certification; and Farleigh Dickenson University with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel Restaurant Management. She resides in Sicklerville, NJ.
“Two other positions at the Council have been changed to streamline our lines of business based on an internal assessment of programs, services, stakeholders and staff,” said Colclough, noting the title change of key employees from associate director positions to directors to optimize outcomes and efficiency within each division.
Elizabeth Munoz-Ortiz, Director of Business Certification, will continue to manage the organization’s certification process for minority business enterprises (MBEs), including the influx of applicants referred from the Department of General Services which no longer does certifications. Munoz-Ortiz will also work with corporate members and strategic partners on behalf of MBEs. Munoz-Ortiz, has been with the Council for one year and is a graduate of Springfield College. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services and also has business ownership/ entrepreneurial expertise.
Christine Robertson, Director of Public Affairs and Events, will continue to manage the Council’s brand, communications,public relations and events. Robertson is also responsible for corporate and MBE sponsorship/investment development and execution. She is a graduate of Philadelphia University and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Leadership; and Community College of Philadelphia with an Associate Degree in Applied Science (journalism major). Robertson is a 5 year employee.
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About PA-NJ-DE Minority Supplier Development Council
The PA-NJ-DE Minority Supplier Development Council (PA-NJ-DE MSDC) is an affiliate of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, one of the country’s leading business membership organizations. It provides increased procurement and business opportunities for minority businesses of all sizes and a connection between corporate America, government entities, and minority-owned businesses. Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA (The Bourse – 111 S. Independence Mall East, Suite 630, Philadelphia., PA, the PA-NJ-DE MSDC represents over 135 corporate members and 425 MBEs with more than 35,000 employees $14 billion in total revenue throughout Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, South Jersey and Delaware. For more information, visit http://www.msdc-panjde.org.