Stephen Bouikidis, EVP of NetReach, Elected to the Boards of Two Nonprofits

12/17/2013

Ambler, PA / December 17, 2013 / Stephen Bouikidis, EVP of NetReach, Elected to the Boards of Two Nonprofits

Ambler, PA / December 17, 2013 / Stephen Bouikidis has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Career Center (MCC), a nonprofit workforce development organization. He was also elected to the Board of the Joseph J. Peters Institute (JJPI), a nonprofit mental health agency providing outpatient assessment and treatment to victims of sexual abuse.

Bouikidis is the Executive Vice President of NetReach, a provider of complex, data-driven web solutions that has served nonprofits and education services for two decades. Bouikidis has extensive experience in education and mental health services, both as a service provider and as an insightful board member in the Philadelphia region.

About Metropolitan Career Center

MCC was established in 1974 by the clergy and members of the First United Methodist Church of Germantown (Philadelphia) to help neighborhood youth and adults gain greater access to resources that could lead to better careers and higher education. Today, MCC and its nonprofit career school, Computer Technology Institute (CTI), educate and train individuals to meet today’s changing workforce needs, then connect them to employers.

“Stephen brings experience and contacts from the for-profit world of career-focused education to our organization,” said Amy Miller, Executive Director of Metropolitan Career Center. “His input will help us expand into new neighborhoods in Philadelphia.”

About Joseph J. Peters Institute

JJPI began with the pioneering work of psychiatrist Joseph J. Peters, M.D. in 1955, and became one of the country's first initiatives to treat sexual abuse. Over the years the organization has continued to evolve and now holds a national reputation for its work in sexual abuse assessment, treatment, prevention, and education. The Institute provides services for survivors of sexual abuse as well as offenders; evaluates and treats children, adolescents, and adults; and provides training opportunities to organizations.

“We are excited to add Stephen’s fresh thinking and experience in the mental health and education fields to help us drive innovation and continued growth,” said Thomas Haworth, Ph.D., Executive Director of Joseph J. Peters Institute.