Women Giving Back

Nicole Morris promoted as first Executive Director for Women Giving Back

Sterling, VA - Women Giving Back’s (WGB) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicole Morris to the new role of Executive Director effective immediately. Nicole has been with Women Giving Back since September 2016 as she started as Operations Manager. In that capacity she provides leadership and oversight of administration and operations and works collaboratively with other nonprofit partners to effectively provide services and program activities.

“The WGB Board has unanimously selected Nicole Morris to be our first Executive Director,” says Denise Harrover, Board President. “We are so lucky to have her and are grateful for her passion and commitment. She has taken our mission to a new level and we simply could not be happier with the decision.”

Nicole’s background uniquely positions her to assume this role. Nicole has over 17 years’ experience in affordable housing, homeless services and non-profit management and finance. Nicole was inducted into the Virginia Housing Alliance’s Top 40 Network in 2015 and has been actively involved in both Fairfax and Loudoun County’s affordable housing and human services advocacy efforts. She previously served on the Loudoun County’s Affordable Housing Advisory Board to mobilize business and community support to develop and sustain affordable housing. Nicole currently serves on the INMED Partnerships for Children’s Advisory Board and as a member of the Loudoun Human Services Network. Nicole’s new role and responsibilities will advance the WGB’s current strategic plan and poise WGB for future growth to provide new initiatives to deepen their impact in the region.

“I am so grateful for this opportunity and thankful for the Board’s confidence in me to take on this role. Since joining Women Giving Back, I’ve been continuously inspired by the remarkable dedication that the Board and volunteers possess,” said Nicole Morris. “I’m looking forwarded to continued collaboration with our community and government partners. Our work is vital, and I’m honored for the opportunity to serve the most vulnerable community members in our region in this new capacity.”

About Women Giving Back: A nonprofit organization based in Sterling Virginia and operating since 2007, Women Giving Back serves over 7,000 women and children in crisis each year with clothing and a spectrum of services to help them start to rebuild their lives.

For more information on Women Giving Back visit womengivingback.org or email info@womengiving.org.