Courtney Eidel Named Chief Administrative Officer of Community Options
PRINCETON, NJ, AUGUST 13, 2015 – Community Options, Inc., a national nonprofit organization that provides housing and employment support to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has named Courtney Eidel as their Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).
Courtney joined Community Options in 2010 as the Senior Director of Human Resources. She quickly streamlined processes, reduced costs and standardized employment practices across the organization. The following year, Courtney was promoted to the Vice President of Human Resources and Quality Management, and was responsible for leading various training initiatives and ensuring the quality of service delivery across the organization. In her new role, Courtney will assume responsibility for Information Technology, Quality Assurance, Training, Grants and Development.
“It is an honor and privilege to be offered this opportunity and I am humbled by the confidence shown in me,” said Eidel. “I consider myself blessed to work with such talented and dedicated employees and want to express my gratitude to Robert [Stack], my team, the management team, and each and every Direct Support Professional who work tirelessly to serve the individuals and our mission.”
Courtney has a B.S. in Management and International Business from Montclair State University and an MBA from Georgian Court University. Prior to joining Community Options, Courtney worked in various management positions in the medical device, manufacturing and technology industries, including the Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation, Lucent Technologies and Compaq Financial Services.
The Jackson, NJ native was also recently named Secretary of the Board of Directors for Community Options Enterprises.
About Community Options
For over 25 years, Community Options has developed housing and employment programs for people with disabilities. Community Options operates with a budget over $107 million and serves thousands of people with disabilities through 38 offices across 9 states. Providing advocacy assistance to empower people with disabilities, Community Options believes that all people –regardless of disability level – should live and work in the community with dignity, choice, and self‐determination. A registered PVO with USAID, Community Options is also the pioneer of innovative programs for people with disabilities in the Middle East, Russia, and South America. Please visit our website at www.comop.org.