Photos: Hopeworks 15th Anniversary Celebration at the Downtown Club

Hopeworks celebrated . Hopeworks ‘N Camden is a youth organization which utilizing an advanced
training curriculum in web design/development, GIS and Sales force, and
works with youth 14­-23 to get back in school and find a safe pathway to
their future.

 Marlene Olshan, City of Philadelphia, Department of Human Services, Sherby Diaz, Youth Trainer
Hopeworks ‘N Camden, and Dan Rhoton, Executive Director at Hopeworks ‘N Camden
 Luis and Hetty Olivieri

 Del Giannotti and Toni Vielehr
 Betsy Messina, Korn/Ferry International, Agata Clevenger, Destination Maternity Corporation, Ruben Reyes, Lyquix and Tom Macphee

 Naomi Maldonado and Lamar Thompson
 Lynn and Morris Bullen
 LeaunDra McCullough and Donna McCullough

 Nancy Uffner, William Uffner, MD and Dr. Giampaolo Gallo, MD
  Lee Carson and Boris Tikhonov
Rev Kevin Mohan and Kathleen Duffy
Dan Rhoton. Executive Director
 Naomi Maldonado thanked Hopeworks for it’s guidance which allowed her to reach her goals. She thanked her mom, her inspiration. She raised three kids, working and going to school. She was a great role model for Naomi; who has gone on to get an MBA from St. Joes and follow her dream. Now she’s back to Hopeworks as a board member and is glad to help youth navigate their lives.
Dinner was served
Hopeworks ‘N Camden is a nonprofit that has been working for over 11 years with Camden youth. Utilizing
an advanced training curriculum in web site design/development, GIS and
Salesforce, Hopeworks works with youth 14-23 to get back in school (the
estimated high school dropout rate in Camden is close to 70%). To read
more about Hopeworks, visit