New York, NY (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
Jeff Rindler, a non-profit professional for two decades, joined the staff of DOROT on July 1, 2013 in the newly-configured position of Associate Executive Director for Program and Volunteer Management and Evaluation. Reporting to Executive Director Mark L. Meridy, Mr. Rindler is responsible for overall strategic and operational functions of a wide array of departments and programs, including Volunteer Services, Community Services, DOROT Westchester and Friendly Visiting. This position includes a new focus on data collection and management and program evaluation and effectiveness.
In his previous, 20-year association with Gay Men’s Health Crisis, Inc., Mr. Rindler held many positions of increasing responsibility and has extensive experience with volunteer recruitment and management, program evaluation and analysis, budgeting and contracts, project management and strategic planning. He most recently served as the GMHC’s Managing Director for Program Services and Evaluation. Mr. Rindler is also on the Board of the National Working Positive Coalition and is a member of the New York Association of Volunteer Administrators.
“As a native New Yorker concerned with the health and well-being of those in the community, I was aware of DOROT’s stellar reputation in providing services for the elderly and volunteers,” Mr. Rindler said. “DOROT was a natural fit. This new position enables me to utilize my experience while fulfilling a personal mission that coincides with that of DOROT - to bring vital services to a frail population while providing meaningful experiences for volunteers.”
“We welcome Jeff to our staff with great pleasure,” said Mr. Meridy. “His extensive experience in both program and volunteer management, combined with his analytical skills, will propel the agency’s fulfillment of our strategic plan. Jeff will enhance our ability to gauge the impact of DOROT’s programs on the community and thus to ensure that we are providing vital services as effectively as possible.”
To arrange an interview with Jeff Rindler, call 917-441-3711.
Since 1976, DOROT has worked to alleviate social isolation among the elderly and provide services to help them live independently as valued members of the community. We serve the Jewish and wider community, bringing the generations together in a mutually beneficial partnership of elders, volunteers and professionals. Visit http://www.dorotusa.org for more information.