Daniel Stoltzfus Selected as Helping Up Mission’s Chief Operating Officer

JobfitMatters and Helping Up Mission (Baltimore, MD) are pleased to announce that Daniel Stoltzfus has been selected to serve as Chief Operating Officer, effective October 15, 2018. Stoltzfus brings nearly twenty years of outreach leadership, program development, and management experience in the not-for-profit sector, fifteen of which were dedicated to rescue mission work.

Executive Director Bob Gehman shared, “We are confident Dan will be able to make a significant contribution to the success of our ministry and we look forward to having him join our Helping Up Mission family.” Stoltzfus’ previous experience includes senior leadership roles at The Bowery Mission in New York City, Interfaith Community Services in Tucson, AZ, Arizona Youth Partnership in Tucson, and New York City Relief based in Elizabeth, NJ. As Chief Program Officer for the Bowery Mission, Stoltzfus supported the CEO in the midst of a large capital campaign and season of significant program and facility expansion, which prepares him well to serve Helping Up Mission in its current season of growth.

Stoltzfus earned a Master’s in Public Administration in 2009 from New York University’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and received Bachelor’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. “Since my first visit to Helping Up Mission, I’ve had a deep appreciation for the unique, holistic approach and community partnerships of HUM. I am honored and humbled by this opportunity to serve with Bob Gehman and the dedicated team at HUM,” Stoltzfus shared.

Tommy Thomas, Laura Coverstone, and Ed Poff of JobfitMatters assisted Helping Up Mission with this search. Bob Gehman shared, “JobfitMatters provided an excellent service guiding our search find our new Chief Operating Officer. We appreciate their response time and thorough search process.”