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Community Options Appoints Dorothy Goodwin to the Board of Directors

March 17, 2022 | Press Release.pdf

Dorothy Goodwin - Board of Directors

Princeton, NJ – Community Options, Inc., a leading national nonprofit supporting people with disabilities, announced the appointment of Dorothy Goodwin to the Board of Directors.
Community Options supports 5,000 people with disabilities through innovative and person-centered housing and employment opportunities. With 5,500 employees across 10 states and a budget of $290 million, Community Options is one of the largest nonprofits providing direct services in the country.
“I’m excited to welcome Dorothy back to the Community Options family as the newest addition to our board,” said Robert Stack, President and CEO of Community Options. “She has over 30 years of experience in managing and developing services for people with significant disabilities. She brings a wealth of knowledge and has strong relationships with our funding partners in multiple states.”
Goodwin spent over 11 years as an executive with Community Options before retiring in 2020. In her most recent role as Regional Vice President, she managed programmatic operations and development in South Carolina and Tennessee.
“I know first-hand the amazing work that Community Options does,” said Goodwin. “There are hundreds of thousands of people on waiting lists across the country. I look forward to bringing my experience from the field to my fellow board members so we can reach more people who need these critical services.”
Goodwin has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of South Carolina. A South Carolina native, Goodwin remains in Columbia where she enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and grandchildren.


About Community Options, Inc.:
For over 30 years, Community Options has developed housing and employment supports for people with disabilities – serving thousands of people from over 50 offices across 10 states. Community Options provides advocacy assistance to empower people with disabilities because all people – regardless of ability level – should live and work in the community with dignity, choice and self-determination. For more information, please visit our website: and to follow along with the #AllItTakes campaign, search #AllItTakes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.