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National Nonprofit Appoints New Jersey Real Estate Expert to Board of Directors

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National Nonprofit Appoints New Jersey Real Estate Expert to Board of Directors

July 22, 2011– (Morristown, New Jersey) – Community Options, a national nonprofit organization with the mission to develop homes and employment for people with disabilities recently appointed a new member to its National Board of Directors. Kathryn Godby Oram of Godby Realtors recently accepted a Trustee position on Community Options’ Board of Directors. Oram is a resident of Mendham, New Jersey, a mother of six children and a residential and commercial real estate expert in Morris and Somerset Counties.

“As a contributing member of Community Options’ board, Kathryn will have a greater opportunity to help the organization shape the housing and employment future for people with disabilities in addition to promoting quality expansion within our organization,” says, Robert Stack, President and CEO of Community Options.

“Kathryn’s experience and insight will assist the board to guide Community Options towards a successful path in the upcoming decade and we are grateful for her service,” Stack added.

Oram will serve a three-year term on the Board of Directors and during her tenure will also be a part of the fundraising committee. Oram has previous experience working with the organization as she served as the Chair of the Annual Spring Event that took place at Grounds For Sculpture, honoring Senator Joseph Kyrillos.

“I am honored to become a Trustee on the Community Options’ board. I have had wonderful experiences working with the organization on a volunteer level and I am excited for what is to come in this new capacity,” says, Kathryn Oram.

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About Community Options: Community Options is a national nonprofit organization founded in 1989 by Robert Stack that works to develop homes and employment for people with disabilities. Community Options operates in 37 cities across 10 states supporting thousands of people with disabilities and their families with the help of over 2,500 employees. ###