Jeffrey Alton brings a broad financial background to JCP, including experience in non-profit finance, commercial banking and investments. He has worked both as a service provider and customer in many areas, sharpening his skills in budgeting, project analysis and retirement plans. His work experience includes positions of increasing responsibility at financial institutions including international banks and private investment firms. Jeffrey is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the New York Society of Securities Analysts. He received a BBA from the University of Notre Dame. Jeffrey lives in New York City with his wife and three daughters.
Tasheva Gadson has worked in an array of industries but there is just something so profound about nonprofit work she loves. Perhaps it’s the notion of human service parallel to it fitting her personality of her love and passion to help others. Although, for the last 15 years she has worked with general ledgers, policy, procedure development, human resources, payroll and budgets, Tasheva passionately loves working with organizations that serve a purpose for their communities, such as JCP. As long as she is a part of it, in some facet, she is happy. She is known for ability to effectuate change, revamp programs, streamline processes for efficiency and introduce automation that will cause growth. Her motif operandi is adversity is preparation for greatness and she feels JCP wears it snug like a glove.
Edward Kelly is a Facilities Manager whose extensive experience has included years at the 42nd Street branch of NY Public Library, the three building Google campus and the Sherry Netherland hotel. Most recently, he served for a year as Correspondence Manager at National Debt Relief performing duties as varied as code writing and creating client introductory documents. He holds an undergraduate degree in Film Production from Hunter College.
Carly Siegler was born and raised outside of Philadelphia. She is a 2013 graduate of Ursinus college, with a B.A. in Media and Communications Studies & Theater, and a Minor in French. Carly’s professional background is in the non-profit sector, and she has had the pleasure of serving various arts organizations in both Philadelphia and her adopted home of New York City, where she is currently pursuing a degree in public interest law.