Who We Are

     PRESIDENT: DEBORAH HUNDLEY   Deborah's background in education, pastoral ministry, and finance have prepared for her current challenge to help new Americans and other low income residents to  become part of the American dream. Several years ago at a chance encounter, she had the opportunity to help new Americans who were stranded at LaGuardia airport: she helped two families from Burma navigate a complex situation due to a weather cancellation. After she brought them to Syracuse to meet relatives, the Burmese elder pleaded with her to help his people. He told her how they needed Americans to "walk alongside" these new Americans. Syracuse has so many new immigrants who some have difficulty getting a job due to language, transportation, and few job opportunities. After meeting so many people who want a job but cannot accept one due to lack of transportation,  Other low income citizens also have similar needs and the transportation barriers are impediments that need resolution.  Deborah and a group of others began Providence Services of Syracuse. 

 

PRESIDENT: DEBORAH HUNDLEY

Deborah's background in education, pastoral ministry, and finance have prepared for her current challenge to help new Americans and other low income residents to  become part of the American dream. Several years ago at a chance encounter, she had the opportunity to help new Americans who were stranded at LaGuardia airport: she helped two families from Burma navigate a complex situation due to a weather cancellation. After she brought them to Syracuse to meet relatives, the Burmese elder pleaded with her to help his people. He told her how they needed Americans to "walk alongside" these new Americans. Syracuse has so many new immigrants who some have difficulty getting a job due to language, transportation, and few job opportunities. After meeting so many people who want a job but cannot accept one due to lack of transportation,

Other low income citizens also have similar needs and the transportation barriers are impediments that need resolution.

Deborah and a group of others began Providence Services of Syracuse. 


     SECRETARY:  Julia Nosovitch   In addition to her work with Providence Services, Julia serves on a number of other boards at both the local and state level, and is an active volunteer with several Central New York organizations.  She has worked for many years in the not-for-profit world, and has experience as a CPA, network administrator, and fundraiser. She currently works as a Grantwriter for the Brady Faith Center.

 

SECRETARY:  Julia Nosovitch

In addition to her work with Providence Services, Julia serves on a number of other boards at both the local and state level, and is an active volunteer with several Central New York organizations.  She has worked for many years in the not-for-profit world, and has experience as a CPA, network administrator, and fundraiser. She currently works as a Grantwriter for the Brady Faith Center.


     VICE PRESIDENT: JONATHAN ADLER   Currently the Development Director for Syracuse City Ballet, Jonathan has spent much of his career in the non-profit field including as an on-air reporter and as Radio Reading Services Director at the public radio station WHIL in Mobile, Alabama. Jonathan also served as Executive Director of the Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy and as Development Director for the Mobile Area Command of the Salvation Army. In addition, he was the first President of Community Services for Vision Rehabilitation in Mobile before moving to Syracuse in 2008 to become Executive Director at Temple Concord.

 

VICE PRESIDENT: JONATHAN ADLER

Currently the Development Director for Syracuse City Ballet, Jonathan has spent much of his career in the non-profit field including as an on-air reporter and as Radio Reading Services Director at the public radio station WHIL in Mobile, Alabama. Jonathan also served as Executive Director of the Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy and as Development Director for the Mobile Area Command of the Salvation Army. In addition, he was the first President of Community Services for Vision Rehabilitation in Mobile before moving to Syracuse in 2008 to become Executive Director at Temple Concord.


     TREASURER: RICHARD USHER   Richard is a CPA with Evans and Bennett LLP in Syracuse. Richard, "Dick," has lived and worked in the Syracuse area for over 30 years. Richard graduated from Hamilton College with a B.A. in Economics and Government and from Rutgers Business School with an M.B.A. Richard's experience includes review and compilation, tax and management, as well as consulting services.

 

TREASURER: RICHARD USHER

Richard is a CPA with Evans and Bennett LLP in Syracuse. Richard, "Dick," has lived and worked in the Syracuse area for over 30 years. Richard graduated from Hamilton College with a B.A. in Economics and Government and from Rutgers Business School with an M.B.A. Richard's experience includes review and compilation, tax and management, as well as consulting services.


     board member:  james johnson deng   James is a New American who came to the United States from South Sudan with his family in 2012 James is employed at St. Joseph Hospital and is attending Onondaga Community College to earn his degree.  He and his family have personally experienced the challenges of transportation barriers to employment, healthcare and higher education.  James has been an advocate for transportation access for low income residents in Syracuse.

 

board member:  james johnson deng

James is a New American who came to the United States from South Sudan with his family in 2012 James is employed at St. Joseph Hospital and is attending Onondaga Community College to earn his degree.  He and his family have personally experienced the challenges of transportation barriers to employment, healthcare and higher education.  James has been an advocate for transportation access for low income residents in Syracuse.

        board member: amparo colon   Amparo has worked for Syracuse Housing Authority for over 15 years .  She  has worked as a Community Health worker, a Property manager and most recently as a Service Coordinator of Life Programs.  She brings experience and expertise in helping her residents overcome barriers to health, education, employment and transportation.

 

 

board member: amparo colon

Amparo has worked for Syracuse Housing Authority for over 15 years .  She  has worked as a Community Health worker, a Property manager and most recently as a Service Coordinator of Life Programs.  She brings experience and expertise in helping her residents overcome barriers to health, education, employment and transportation.