Zinckgraf, Collins, Wiegand Named to The House of Good Shepherd Board
March 26, 2021
Jill Zinckgraf, Executive Director of the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County, and Doug Collins, CPA with the firm Nisivoccia LLP, have joined the House of the Good Shepherd’s Board of Trustees. Earlier, former Hackettstown Regional Medical Center executive Judith Wiegand was also named to the board.
In addition to her work at DASACC, Zinckgraf is well known in the Warren County community for her involvement in various non-profit projects. Both Zinckgraf and Collins bring a wealth of experience to the retirement community’s board.
“I am so honored to have been selected to serve on the House of the Good Shepherd’s board of trustees because they provide such an important service to the community,” said Zinckgraf. “I hope to be able to share my passion about securing new funding, providing insight into new fund raising opportunities and to work in community with the other board members.”
Wiegand for many years worked at HRMC and she too, was committed to the community serving on various non-profit boards.
“A terrific group of additions to our board,” said Sue Lanza, CEO of The House. “They each offer a different perspective yet they all have the same common goal, which is to ensure that our senior population is well taken care of. As we move forward in serving our residents their opinions will be an essential part of our strategy. It also helps that all three are so well connected not just to Warren County but the region as a whole.”
For more information about The House, visit www.hotgs.org.