Joe has more than 30 years experience in philanthropy and behavioral health care leadership. In his role as President, he has led the foundation to focus on evaluation, design thinking, and community participation in programming. These focus areas have positioned the Foundation to become a disruptive thought leader in the philanthropic space. He serves on several non-profit boards focusing on health care, behavioral health, intellectual disabilities, and philanthropy.
Joe holds a Master of Arts in School Psychology from Glassboro State University (now Rowan University) and a Bachelor of Arts in Special Education from LaSalle University. He lives in Chester County with his wife and has two adult sons.