RHD Board of Directors names Marco Giordano as CEO
December 18, 2017
Resources for Human Development, a national human services nonprofit with headquarters in Philadelphia, announced today that Marco Giordano has been appointed by the Board of Directors to the permanent position of Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
“Marco brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this role, an untiring work ethic, and an ardent commitment to the values and culture of the corporation,” RHD Board of Directors Chairman Michael Denomme said. “The Board is confident that he will provide the kind of wise, vibrant and empowering leadership that will enable RHD to continue its remarkable success as a highly effective and innovative human service organization.”
Giordano had occupied an interim position as RHD’s CEO since July.
“I am honored, and very grateful to the board, for the opportunity to lead this extraordinary organization of caring, exceptional people dedicated to serving people across the country,” Giordano said. “The excellence of RHD’s person-centered, trauma-informed services will always be our highest priority. I am excited to lead RHD into the future, as all of us work together to make sure RHD is always a place that believes every person should be treated with respect and dignity, and have the opportunity to develop to their full potential.”
Giordano joined RHD in February 2007, as Chief Accounting Officer and has been a member of RHD’s Executive Management Team since 2008. He became Chief Financial Officer in 2013.
A Certified Public Accountant since 1996, Giordano joined RHD after five years of public accounting experience at Cogen Sklar Levick (now Morison Cogen LLP) and nine years at Temple University Hospital. Giordano attended Widener University and graduated with a BBA in Accounting.