May 26, 2017
Dear Community Partners and Friends of Nebraska AIDS Project:
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP), I have important news to share. It is with mixed emotions that I announce that Jordan Delmundo has notified the Board of his intent to resign his position as Executive Director of NAP effective June 2.
Jordan has been indispensable to NAP since joining in 2009, taking on roles of Case Manager, Programs & Grant Manager, Director of Public Policy, and ultimately, Executive Director. NAP, and more importantly, persons and families of people living with HIV/AIDS, have benefitted tremendously from Jordan’s many accomplishments in his work with community partners, volunteers and staff to affect the mission of NAP to overcome HIV/AIDS and its stigma through education, advocacy and supportive services. Jordan has been instrumental in improving NAP’s fiscal strength, elevating NAP’s public voice and community reputation, establishing new and necessary outreach programs, as well as managing the organization’s critical day to day function in the community it serves. NAP is a stronger and better organization today because of Jordan’s strong leadership and advocacy. We wish Jordan all the best in his future endeavors and thank him for his years of service to NAP and all those who it serves.
The NAP Board of Directors has been engaged for some time in strategic planning to review the mission and services of the agency to ensure it is adapted to effectively and strongly meet the needs of people and families living with HIV/AIDS. When complete, and in keeping with that strategy, the Board will be setting up succession committee and, potentially, a search committee, to find and select a transformative leader to become the next Executive Director.
In the interim, London Woolman will lead the agency as Interim Executive Director. London has been with NAP since 2015, serving in key leadership roles, most recently as Director of Operations. London shares Jordan’s passion for the work of NAP.
The Board of Directors, staff and volunteers of NAP remain committed to our mission and the clients and community we serve. We look forward to a strong new future with solid leadership.
Jason D. Coleman, Ph.D.
Vice President, NAP Board of Directors