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Staff & Board

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Our Board of Directors works with our Community Mobilizer to ensure that West Chester Communities That Care operates within guidelines set forth by the national CTC model.  The Board provides resources and expertise to help WCCTC achieve their mission and improve the West Chester community. 


We are currently seeking new Board Members and invite you to get to know us by joining one of our committees.

Meet the Team

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Dennis Derr, President


Organizational Consultant, 

Integrated Human

Solutions, Ltd

My Natural High

Being Outdoors: Enjoying the sounds, the sights, and smells of being in nature. It is a proven health practice that lowers blood pressure, improves mindfulness and reminds us of the connections we have with the diverse world we live in.

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Meg DelaneyVice President

Chester County

Youth Center

My Natural High

Connection: Spending time with my family, especially outdoor activities.


Donna Switzer, Treasurer
Owner, Beyond Compliance, LLC

My Natural High

Physical Activity: Hiking or biking in the mountains.

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Kate Coulter

Pupil Services Supervisor, WCASD

My Natural High

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Jill Stoltzfus

Career Readiness Counselor CCIU 


Johnna Goodridge


Prevention Director,
Family Service of Chester County

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My Natural High

Regan Sarmento

Director of Professional Relations,
Embark Behavioral Health

My natural high is the beauty around us.  I enjoy walking each day and observing and absorbing the beauty in our surroundings and our world.

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Jeff Stone

Director, Corporate and Pra Engineer, Exelon Corporation


You Perhaps?

Inquire about vacant
Board Positions at

Our Mission
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Loretta Cohen, Staff


Mobilizer, WCCTC

My Natural High

Volunteering: Helping people with disabilities to access outdoor sports and recreation. Whether helping an adult to ride a bike for the first time or teaching a blind person how to ski, it never gets old.

"If we were 100% successful, what would our community look like?  What would be different?  For whom?

- Hildy Gottlieb

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