6 Worcester County GOLD Board 2020

Worcester County GOLD (Giving Other Lives Dignity) recently announced its board of directors and elected officers for 2020. Pictured, in front, from left, are Donna Nordstrom, Shannon Wright, Bethany Didriksen, Carol Jacobs, and Terri Westcott, and in back, Nicole Selby, Caleb Miller, Amanda Kiesewetter, Chris Woodley, Barry Laws and Pam Marshall.

(Feb. 7, 2020) Worcester County GOLD (Giving Other Lives Dignity), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, recently announced its board of directors elected officers for 2020.

Bethany Didriksen of Pedar B. Didriksen, DDS Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, was elected president.

Donna Nordstrom, with Atlantic General Hospital, has been named vice president.

Amanda Kiesewetter of Bergey & Company was re-elected treasurer; and Shannon Wright, American Sign Language interpreter, orientation & mobility specialist, and vision rehabilitation therapist continues in her role as secretary.

GOLD’s volunteer board members ensure effective fiscal management and accountability for the organization. Members share their expertise from diverse fields to ensure effective services and assist with fundraising activities.

The dedication and work of this board strengthens GOLD’s ability to successfully provide services for Worcester County residents, who live in poverty circumstances, during times of critical need and crisis situations.

Additional board members include Roberta Baldwin, Worcester County Department of Social Services; Barry Laws, Pocomoke River Canoe Company; Pam Marshall, community leader; Caleb Miller, Bank of Ocean City; Nicole Selby, Worcester County Board of Education; Terri Westcott, Register of Wills for Worcester County; and Chris Woodley of Williams, Moore, Shockley & Harrison, LLP.

Carol Jacobs, previous president, retired from the board after serving for more than eight years.

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