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Keystone Opportunity Center Hires New Executive Director

            Keystone Opportunity Center is excited to announce the hiring of Brandon Trombetta as its Executive Director as of July 5.  Brandon brings over 20 years of

Brandon Trombetta

experience in social services, with 11 of those years in management roles. Most recently, Brandon served as the Executive Director for ElderNet of Lower Merion and Narberth. In this role, he oversaw a unique blend of professional and volunteer-based services that help older and disabled adults living with low to moderate incomes remain in their homes.

            Additionally, Brandon helped to coordinate the community Food Pantry and Emergency Financial Assistance programs, both of which served community members of all ages. Prior to his role at ElderNet, Brandon served as the Director of Social Services at Bethesda Project, creating supportive programming to assist people who are currently or formerly homeless remain stably housed. 

            Trish Sneddon, Board President for KOC notes, "Brandon's experience and leadership skills are a perfect match to lead Keystone's programs successfully into the future.  Brandon has knowledge of resources and connections in Montgomery County that will assist us in reaching and expanding our program goals.  I see Brandon as someone who can help us to be more interconnected with other Social Services organizations in our community.  We need to work together collectively to create a stronger safety net for people who need assistance."

            In discussing his new role at Keystone, Brandon said, "I am excited to join Keystone Opportunity Center's staff and volunteers, who have such a big impact in the community. I look forward to working with the Board, staff, and community to continue this vital work as well as creating the means to address the emerging needs of the community."

            Born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, Brandon currently resides in Haverford Township with his wife Judy, son Ari, black lab Low Rider, and cat Rabbit. When not involved in events in the community, Brandon enjoys fishing, hiking, biking, and gardening with his family. He earned dual bachelor's degrees from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Psychology and Philosophy in 2003 and received his Master of Social Work degree with a concentration in social administration and a Certificate in Human Services Management from the University of Pittsburgh in 2010.  

            Keystone's Board of Directors had contracted with Dunleavy & Associates, a highly reputable company that works exclusively with nonprofits to provide interim leadership and executive searches. Keystone Opportunity Center's Interim Executive Director, Marta Kiesling, worked with Brandon during his first week. Her last day in this role was Monday, July 4th.






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