Entrepreneurial Spirit Leads National Nonprofit to 20 Years of Success
Innovation and the Entrepreneurial Spirit Leads National Nonprofit to 20 Years of Success
A National Nonprofit Celebrating 20Years of Innovative Housing and Employment Design to the Disabled Princeton, January 26, 2009: Community Options, Inc. had the privilege and honor of ringing the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, January 14, 2009 to commemorate our 20th Year Anniversary. Community Options is not your typical nonprofit organization. Started from humble beginnings, President and CEO, Robert Stack has grown the organization to great heights and unparalleled success. Developing innovative housing and employment support for people with developmental disabilities across the country is our area of expertise and should be looked upon by the disability field as a resource and serious potential partner for both nonprofit and for profit sectors of business.
With 23 regional offices throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas and New Mexico, Community Options has remained vigilant in its founding mission and cause -to develop housing and employment opportunities for people with developmental disabilities. We consider ourselves the fastest growing nonprofit organization supporting people with developmental disabilities and while this growth is substantial, the quality of our supports is never compromised. Community Options provides the highest level of quality support and innovation in all program design.
Featured in the below photo are Larry Leibowitz (NYSE) Thomas Burdick (Trustee), Bright Rajaratnam (CFO), Peter Dulligan (Trustee), Robert Stack (President and CEO), Paul Hritz (Trustee), Rebecca Bugaj Zak (Trustee), Dr. Clarence York (Trustee), Frank Zak (Trustee), Svetlana Repic-Qira (RVP) ringing the Opening Bell at the NYSE on January 14, 2009.
To learn more about us and to join us on our journey of supporting people with developmental disabilities, please visit us on the web at www.comop.org.