Lenape Valley Foundation announced the election of Aliese Rosado, of Sellersville, to its board of directors at the organization’s April board meeting.
With a career in banking that has spanned 25 years, Rosado joined Meridian Bank eight years ago and currently serves as vice president, retail market manager, overseeing six branch locations while developing relationships with small businesses in the community.
Rosado’s community service activities include volunteering at Doylestown Hospital for the past four years to provide respite for local families in the hospital’s hospice department. In addition, she is a recent graduate of Leadership Chester County, a course focused on nonprofit governance, community service and social issues.
“Going back to the community is something that is very important to me and I am pleased to accept my new role as a member of the board of directors of Lenape Valley Foundation,” said Rosado. “LVF provides critical services to many vulnerable populations and it will be a privilege to work with the staff and volunteer leadership to help further the organization’s mission.”
For 65 years, Lenape Valley Foundation has partnered with residents of Bucks County encountering mental health, substance use, intellectual or developmental challenges, providing services to assist them in the pursuit of their personal aspirations and an enhanced quality of life. The nonprofit organization, which has outpatient offices in Bristol and Doylestown, helps more than 14,000 people each year and offers 35-plus critical community treatment programs. Visit lenapevf.org or call 215-345-5300 for more information.