The Child Advocacy Program (CAP) Board of Directors President Marcia Bliss announces Karen Dolce, Betsy Goldman and Mary Maisto have joined the CAP Board of Directors.
Karen Dolce is licensed realtor in New York. She is a sales agent and office manager with ERA Team VP Real Estate. Ms. Dolce is a member of the New York State Association of Realtors and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Zonta Club of Jamestown. Ms. Dolce has volunteered with CAP’s fund raising committee and various community organizations; she is a past board member of the American Heart Association.
Betsy Goldman is a home-based clinical research specialist for Quintiles, Inc. Ms. Goldman currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet and has volunteered with CAP’s fund raising committee and Cambridge-Somerville Elder Services of the Boston, MA, area.
Mary Maisto is Department Secretary for the Athletics Department at Jamestown City School District. She is Secretary for the JESPA (Jamestown Educational Support Personnel Association) Union, Clerical Staff for the Jamestown City School District. Mrs. Maisto has held president, treasurer and secretary leadership positions on the Lincoln and Persell Parent Teacher Associations and is past president of the Jamestown Babe Ruth Booster Club. Mrs. Maisto has volunteered with CAP’s fund raising committee.
Also serving on the Board of Directors is Vice President Victoria James, Treasurer Rob Kocur, and Secretary Sylvia Swan. Board Members include Cindy DiNapoli, Andrew Hill, Cindy Lamb, Dr. Brian Masciadrelli, and Edwin Rodriguez, Jr. CAP extends thanks to outgoing board members Beth Korcyl, Chadwick Murray and Donna Vanstrom, for their service and dedication to CAP.
According to Jana McDermott, CAP’s Executive Director, “CAP is fortunate to have board members with an array of skills and expertise. The common denominator is that each board member passionately believes in CAP’s Mission and purpose. The individuals and the talents each brings, make these exciting times for CAP”.
CAP is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending child abuse in Chautauqua County. When abuse does occur, CAP coordinates a community response to bring healing, hope and justice to children and families. CAP is a United Way Agency. For more information about CAP, visit capjustice.org