Worcester County GOLD

The Board of Directors for Worcester County GOLD has elected three new members. Pictured, from left, are Amanda Kiesewetter, CPA with Bergey & Company, P.A.; Caleb Miller, branch manager and business development officer for Bank of Ocean City/Ocean Pines Branch; and Nicole Selby, Worcester County Board of Education’s coordinator of Student, Family and Community Connections.

(Nov. 15, 2019) The Board of Directors for Worcester County GOLD (Giving Other Lives Dignity), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing emergency assistance for Worcester County residents in times of crisis, has elected three new members.

Its 12 volunteer board members are charged with overseeing operations and making critical decisions regarding services to meet basic needs, special programs, governance and financial performance.

Amanda Kiesewetter returns to GOLD’s Board, elected to serve as treasurer, after previously serving from June 2014 to July 2017.

Kiesewetter, a licensed CPA, certified financial planner and personal financial specialist (designated by the AICPA), and is employed at Bergey & Company, P.A. in Berlin.

She is a member of the AICPA, the MACPA, and the Maryland Society of Accounts.

Caleb Miller is the branch manager/business development officer for Bank of Ocean City, Ocean Pines Branch.

He is skilled in financial services, lending, sales, marketing, management, and merchant services.

Miller serves as a firefighter and the treasurer for the Bishopville Volunteer Fire Department and the chairman of the Friends of Bishopville.

Nicole Selby, Worcester County Board of Education’s coordinator of Student, Family and Community Connections, brings a wealth of experience and knowledge regarding needs and issues of the youth of Worcester County to GOLD’s Board.

She has worked to provide over 19 years of service in this field including her recent position as case management specialist supervisor for the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, Worcester County Division.

The dedication of GOLD’s Board members, and their willingness and ability to share their expertise from diverse fields, helps to ensure effective services for the Worcester County community.

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