Daytona Beach, FL - COA is pleased to welcome Penny Young-Carrasquillo to our Leadership team. Penny, a former Volusia County resident who has “come home again,” will be taking up the mantle of fundraising and donor development. Before joining COA, Penny was the Director of Development Services at Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. During her previous 13 years in Volusia County, Penny worked for Stetson University, Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida, and Easter Seals.
“I am very pleased to have Penny on our Senior Leadership team,” said Sarah F. Gurtis, President and CEO of COA. “Her strategic approach to general fundraising and the cultivation of major donors is an important component in COA’s future.”
Penny and her husband, Orlando, are happy to be back in Volusia County and are setting up residence in Ormond Beach with four “furry family” members. They are looking forward to getting back into the community.
With 50 years of experience as the premier provider of senior care in Volusia County, COA serves the needs of seniors and their loved ones who wish to stay safe and secure in their own homes. Serving thousands of clients every year within its broad spectrum of senior service programs including Meals on Wheels and neighborhood dining programs, health services and senior activities, COA is here to help you. We can assist with a senior member of your family too, whether you live nearby or out of state. Call (386) 253-4700 x 225, visit COA online at / or https://www.facebook.com/COAVOLFL to learn more about the ways COA puts seniors first every day.