Meet Morgan! Morgan Towle is the newest addition to the NW Works team and serves as the Communications Coordinator. Morgan will be curating content on our various social media channels, liaising with community members to form engaging relationships, and executing internal and external communications. Prior to joining NW Works, Morgan was a full-time college studentContinue reading “NW Works in Profile: Morgan Towle”
Grady (Skip) Philips, III joined NW Works as the Chief Executive Officer in January of 2023. Learn more about NW Works’ new leader in this article.
This month, we are excited to spotlight one of our longtime employees, Landscaping and Grounds Maintenance Supervisor Vernon Herndon! Vernon celebrated 20 years of service with NW Works this year, through our AbilityOne team.
After a lot of challenging work, the gardens at NW Works, Inc. are ready for spring. And it’s all thanks to two Director Support Professionals.
This month we are pleased to introduce a new addition to NW Works: Communications Specialist Alexis Young.
Stephanie joined NW Works in September of 2019, initially as our controller. She was later promoted to vice president and currently oversees the finance, human resources, and information technology departments.
For JoAnn Coleman, NW Works’ Client Support Billing Manager, working in finance has been a new curve to a winding career path. A native of White Post, Va., JoAnn was first introduced to the disability world while working at a daycare center in Frederick County. There she worked with a number of children across aContinue reading “NW in Profile: JoAnn Coleman”
Meet our Customized Employment Manager, Bonnie Zampino! Bonnie brings a varied background to our team, including human resources, workforce development, and disability services. Learn about Bonnie’s role at NW Works and check out her historical passion projects.
May was full of exceptional work from our employees! View our list of staff super stars and learn what they did this month.
Meet NW Works Compliance Manager, Valerie Carney, and learn about her background serving in the armed forces, her transitioning into the civilian medical field, and her experience serving in NW Works during the height of a global pandemic.