Mike McKenna, President
Michael is the new President of Tabor Community Services, Inc. Most recently he served as Chief Impact Officer at Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County (CAP), an anti-poverty organization where he has the privilege of supporting a number of high quality programs like Head Start, WIC, Navigation, and Domestic Violence Services. Under Michael’s leadership, CAP’s nearly two dozen programs restructured into four Impact Teams that align with the organization’s core competencies and the community’s needs: Education and Child Development, Household Stability, Health and Nutrition, and Safety and Empowerment. Michael is a leader in a countywide effort to create a “no wrong door” approach to social services through a shared database called Empower Lancaster. Previously Michael served as the Director of the WIC program at CAP. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for Hunger Free Lancaster County, Lancaster Public Library, and Milagro House. Michael is passionate about reducing hunger and poverty, objectives he also worked on in previous roles with the Center for Community Service and Justice at Loyola University in Baltimore, Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, and the US Department of State. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame and a master’s degree from Georgetown University. Michael and his wife and young daughter love calling Lititz home.
Roger Steffy, Vice President for Programs
Roger is a Master of Divinity and received his Supervised Pastoral Education at the Lancaster Mennonite Conference. Roger received his bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from Eastern Mennonite University and has attended spiritual director training. He is the recipient of two citations of commendation from each branch of the Pennsylvania state legislature. He most recently served as the Director of ADVANCE at Lutheran Social Services in York.
Stephen Welch, Vice President for Finance & Operations
Stephen Welch is a graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles. He served as Tabor's Director of Finance for seven years before becoming Vice President for Finance. Steve has 19+ years of experience in the nonprofit sector with operations, finance, and human resources. As a member of Blossom Hill Mennonite Church, he currently serves on the property committee. Past roles include treasurer and member of the building expansion committee.
Phyllis Stacks, Vice President for Development
Phyllis has been in development work for nonprofits for over 20 years and served as Tabor's Director of Development for five years before becoming Vice President for Development in 2007. She has a long history with local agencies and boards, most recently United Way of Lancaster County. At Tabor, she is responsible for providing input and implementation of the agency's marketing and fund raising plans. Phyllis raises awareness and raises both private and government funds for Tabor.
Ann Linkey, Division Manager, Homeless & Rental Counseling / Supportive Housing
After obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from West Chester University, Ann embarked on a career in social services which led her down many paths. Ann has worked with persons with mental illness, individuals with disabilities of all kinds, families struggling with poverty and homelessness, people with substance abuse issues, families affected by domestic violence, individuals experiencing serious and chronic illnesses and families with children with various illnesses and disabilities. Much of Ann’s career has been in the field of Information and Referral, which helped her to develop a vast knowledge of the resources available to those in need. All of these opportunities have led Ann to her current position at Tabor, where she uses her 25+ years of experience in the non-profit sector to support the staff and clients in this division.