Volunteers of America Chesapeake announced the appointment of John P. (Jack) Hollerbach as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
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Volunteers of America Chesapeake Announces Appointment of Jack Hollerbach as Executive Vice President & CFO
Lanham, Md. (June 11, 2013) - Volunteers of America Chesapeake today announced the appointment of John P. (Jack) Hollerbach as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
In the newly created role, Hollerbach will assume responsibility for the organization’s strategic, financial and administrative functions, and will play a key role in assessing new opportunities for growth and expansion of the nonprofit organization.
Hollerbach brings nearly forty years of experience to the position, most notably in the banking and major construction sectors, but also in previous board level experience at a variety of nonprofit and government organizations. Recently he was the co-founder, President and CEO of HarVest Bank of Maryland and built a successful consulting practice, Hollerbach & Associates, LLC that has provided guidance to companies and agencies that are emerging, experiencing change or getting ready to expand. Prior to his work at HarVest, he served as Senior Vice President and CFO at the Poole and Kent Company, a major Maryland contractor and in earlier banking roles at Bank of Baltimore, First Union, Citibank and Maryland National Bank.
”Jack brings an extraordinary mix of financial expertise and experience in growing companies to his new role at Volunteers of America Chesapeake,” commented Russell Snyder, Volunteers of America Chesapeake President & CEO. “We are excited about expanding our mission to serve those in need in Maryland, DC and Virginia and we expect that Jack’s commitment to our community will be of great value in accelerating that growth.”
In addition to his professional experience, Hollerbach has served as Trustee and Treasurer of the Chesapeake Bay Trust, Trustee of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Chairman of its Audit Committee, Board Member at the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, as Chairman of the Howard County Bond Affordability Commission and the County’s Solid Waste Funding Board, among other community involvements. He has been recognized by the Maryland Association of CPAs and by the Greater Washington Boy Scouts of America for his public service, in addition to being named a Smart 100 CEO by SmartCEO ,magazine, Small Business Leader of the Year by the Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and as a finalist for Baltimore Washington Corridor Person of the Year by Corridor Inc. Magazine.
Mr. Hollerbach earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting at Iona College, an MBA in Finance also at Iona and the Certificate in Environmental Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He is an active CPA and Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA), and is an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins Carey School MBA program. He is a longtime Howard County resident.
ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA CHESAPEAKE
Volunteers of America Chesapeake, Inc. is a faith-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Founded in 1896 in Baltimore, MD, Volunteers of America Chesapeake is one of the first branches of Volunteers of America – one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive human services organizations. Through a dedicated and committed team of management, staff and volunteers and guided by our Core Values: Caring, Respect, Faith, Quality and Trust Volunteers of America Chesapeake helps more than 10,000 people each year at our 31 programs serving: the homeless, mentally ill, individuals with intellectual disabilities, those in need of affordable housing, those recovering from substance abuse and community corrections. For more information about Volunteers of America Chesapeake, visit: www.VOAchesapeake.org.