United Way of Delaware announces New Vice President Directors


April 28, 2010 (Wilmington, DE) — United Way of Delaware (UWD) is pleased to announce its expanded senior staff.

John G. Moore, Sr. has been named Vice President, Resource Development and Strategic Partnerships. He was formerly Director of Kent and Sussex Counties for UWD. Before joining UWD in 2005, he served in the United States Air Force for 20 years. An ordained minister, Moore also serves as Executive Director for the Delaware Youth Leadership Academy and Youth Pastor for Calvary Baptist Church in Dover. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Modern Maturity Center, the Blood Bank of Delmarva and West Side New Beginnings in Rehoboth Beach. Moore has a bachelor’s in business administration from Western New England College and a MBA from Delaware State University.

S. Renée Roberts has joined UWD as Director, Resource Development and Strategic Partnerships. Renee has more than 10 years of community service experience. She currently serves on West End Neighborhood House’s Loan Review Committee and on the Delaware Financial Literacy Institute’s Advisory Council. She has a bachelor’s in financial management from Goldey Beacom College and a MBA from Wilmington University.

Stacey Haddock Schiller has joined UWD as Director, Marketing and Communications. Schiller was formerly with a regional healthcare marketing agency and recently served as Interim Marketing Director for Saint Clare’s Health System in Denville, New Jersey. She previously held marketing and account management positions with the Cardiac & Vascular Institute at NYU Medical Center; Aloysius Butler & Clark, a Wilmington-based advertising agency and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware. She holds a bachelor’s from American University and is working towards her MBA.

About United Way of Delaware
United Way of Delaware’s mission is to maximize the community’s resources to improve the quality of life for all Delawareans. United Way of Delaware (UWD) works to advance the common good by focusing on the three building blocks to a good life: education, income and health. UWD is engaged in a long-term strategy to eliminate the root causes of Delaware’s most pressing social problems in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties. UWD works collectively with business, government, social service agencies, academic groups, community organizations, and concerned citizens to effect positive, long-lasting solutions for today and into the future. For more information, to make a contribution, or to volunteer to work with UWD, please visit www.uwde.org or call (302) 573-3700.