Senior Manager of Student Health Services at Milton Hershey School
James “Jim” McCurdy strives to exceed his clients’ expectations through his passion for building outstanding relationships, continuous research, a spirit of collaboration, and over thirty years of real-world experience. Jim thrives on anticipating client needs and understanding decisions within the context of his clients’ best interest. It was this same dedication to excellence that helped Jim graduate Summa Cum Laude from Elizabethtown College with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance. Jim is also actively involved with the Elizabethtown Area Education Foundation and the Elizabethtown Rotary Club.
My position at the school district addresses personal barriers of K-12 students that impact education. I am passionate about empowering individuals, especially youth, to achieve their goals. Throughout my 15 years in this role, the Elizabethtown community has been extremely supportive of initiatives to assist our school district families. Joining the ECHOS Board of Directors has given me the opportunity to personally give back to this community. I am grateful to be a part of an agency that also focuses on empowerment, to positively impacts the lives of clients.
Pamela S. Formica is chief financial officer for Masonic Villages. She provides financial, technical and administrative leadership to the Masonic Villages and other Masonic entities in the performance of their missions. Ms. Formica joined Masonic Villages, in 2015 as the vice president of mission development. She was previously employed by Masonic Village at Elizabethtown as assistant controller from 1992 until 2002. From 2002 until 2015, she was employed with Brethren Village as vice president of finance.
Retired Infectious Disease Physician
Debra A. Brockman has worked at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown since 2004 as director of outreach, later assuming responsibility for marketing, admissions and other community outreach services. Her most recent position was vice president of human resources for Masonic Villages. Ms. Brockman chairs the organization’s human resources leadership team and is responsible for the overall strategic direction of employment, compensation, benefits, organization development and training. As chair of the corporate wellness committee, she leads Masonic Villages’ wellness initiative and strategic planning.
Administrative Assistant at Elizabethtown College’s Biology Department
Kevin Dolan, Esq is a lawyer with Nikolaus & Hohenadel in Elizabethtown, PA
Retired Chief Executive Officer for Masonic Villages of Pennsylvania and frequent Volunteer with several charities and Church.
Joined ECHOS Board because of the tremendous outreach in our community and the importance of the Mission and Service by Staff and Volunteers.
Trent is a life-long resident of Elizabethtown and attended Elizabethtown High School and Elizabethtown College where he majored in Business & Entreprenuership and learned to embrace the motto of “Educate For Service”. He is the President of Home Grown Outdoor Finishes which specializes in Landscape construction, Maintenance, & Supply, as well as is a realtor for Re/Max Pinnacle in Elizabethtown. He is active in the Elizabethtown Rotary Club & the Elizabethtown Chamber of Commerce. Trent lives in Elizabethtown with his wife Allison, and two children- Finn & Jovie.
Greg Holsinger is the retired CEO of U-GRO Learning Centres, dedicated to lift and support others through Christ-like service.
David Woolverton has been a pastor for over 35 years — serving churches facing turn-around ministry situations. For the past eight years, he has served as Senior Pastor at Saint Paul’s United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown. He has a doctorate in Conflict Leadership and has had intensive clinical training in emergency and trauma chaplaincy. David also is an Affiliate Professor at Kairos University, a church consultant in conflict leadership, and has coached clergy and churches for the past thirteen years. He is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and a Spiritual Care Provider of the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education. In 2021, David published his first book—Mission Rift: Leading through Church Conflict (Fortress Press). For over thirty-three years, David has been married to his best friend, Kristine, a newly retired public school educator.