Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity announces the addition of local businesswoman Olga (Ramos) Soto and Frank DiGiorgio as members of the Board of Directors.
Olga (Ramos) Soto, a native of Puerto Rico, moved to Vineland, in 1995 and graduated from Vineland High School in 2003. She and her husband Waldemar own and operate DeSoto Movers. Olga is employed with Burberry Ltd. as part of their operations team. Prior to Burberry, she was employed by Vineland Construction as part of their property management and construction team.
Frank DiGiorgio was born, raised and resides in Vineland. His background is in finance, accounting, commercial banking and real estate. He is employed by the City of Vineland as assistant director of Economic Development. Prior to his 22 years employed with the City of Vineland, he spent nine years in the banking industry as an accountant, financial analyst, commercial credit analyst and in commercial loan production. He is a licensed N.J. realtor/referral agent since 1989.
DiGiorgio is a graduate of Vineland High and Rowan University (formerly known as Glassboro State College) with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance/minor in Accounting. He has served as an elected board member of the Vineland Board of Education (member of the Finance and Facilities Committees) for six-plus years. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of Community Quest, Inc., which provides employment and housing opportunities to the disabled. DiGiorgio has also volunteered as a youth coach for the YMCA and the East Vineland Little League.
“Frank is a great family man, lifelong resident of the City of Vineland, a municipal employee who will bring great experience to the board with his financial background. Olga brings new energy, community awareness and small business experience and will add community experience to the board of directors. I look forward to teaming up with both of them in furthering our mission, said Rob Buono, Board of Director president of Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity.
Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity has been rehabbing / building homes and serving residents in Cumberland County for 30 years. Habitat for Humanity partners with people in your community, to help them build or improve a place they can call home. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With your support, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and for their families. To donate and / or volunteer, call 856-563-0292, ext 2 or visit cumberlandnjhabitat.org.