The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County has selected its next leader.
Maggie Lattin has been selected as the new Executive Director following Karen Sullivan’s resignation. Maggie is the 13th leader and the third female leader in the Boys & Girls Clubs’ 77-year history.
“We received over 30 resumes from applicants vying to become the next Club’s Executive Director,” said Ray Burrell from the executive search committee in the release. “We believe Mrs. Lattin will make a great Executive Director for our organization and lead us into the next decade of youth development and after-school programming for the youth in Wayne County.”
Mrs. Lattin graduated from the University of Valley Forge, Pennsylvania with a B.A in Youth Ministry. She has a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Shippensburg University, and she is a licensed pastor through Gateway Apostolic Ministry.
As the Chief Executive Officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Chambersburg and Shippensburg, Maggie developed a large grant portfolio and grew the club from two sites to ten sites. She also increased the budget from $250,000 to $950,000. She started a leadership program for teens to develop them into leaders and invested in the teens and their growth in leadership and with God. Mrs. Lattin led the youth ministry from 10 students to 30 and developed the programming of the ministry.
As the Executive Director, Mrs. Lattin’s responsibilities include leading the organization’s strategic direction, oversight of organizational operations, financials, programming, brand reputation, talent recruitment, resource development, and stakeholder relationships. The Executive Director also serves as the organization’s primary ambassador and lead communicator. Mrs. Lattin, in partnership with her team, will oversee the organization’s Clubs located in Goldsboro, Fremont, and Mount Olive. The Executive Director reports to Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County Board Chair, Ray Burrell, the Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County serve more than 200 youth at three locations throughout Wayne County: Goldsboro, Fremont, and Mount Olive.