Meadowlands YMCA Names David Kisselback as New CEO

Author: Meadowlands YMCA
Date Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Kisselback Brings Over 30 Years’ Experience to Organization

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ, DECEMBER 5— The Meadowlands Area YMCA has named David Kisselback as its new President & Chief Executive Officer, effective January 1, 2019. Selected by the Y’s Board of Directors, following a three-month search, Kisselback will succeed Jane A. Egan who will retire December 31st.  In his new role, Kisselback will be responsible for guiding the YMCA into the next stage of its history as one of the region’s most significant institutions.   

“During our search for a new CEO, we looked at candidates from throughout the country, but David stood out among the rest.  His energy and vision for the Meadowlands YMCA is exactly what we were looking for in a leader.  Our retiring Jane Egan has been a staple of this community for more than 38 years, caring for our children and leaving us with a fantastic facility, and we are confident David will build on her legacy.”, said Ron Simoncini, Chairman of the Meadowlands YMCA Board of Directors.

"I am thrilled to be joining the Meadowlands Area YMCA and the community that it serves. I am honored to be taking over for Jane and I am ready to continue to grow our programs and services.  We are at an exciting time in our history as we approach the 100th anniversary of the Meadowlands YMCA and this will provide us new opportunities to expand our mission and increase our presence throughout the region.”, said Kisselback.

Kisselback comes to the Y with over 30 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, management and consulting.  David has a successful pedigree in leading several YMCAs throughout the northeast bringing deep experience in Strategic Planning, Community Development and Fundraising.


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