Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation (PATF) Search for CEO

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Pennsylvania Assistive Technology Basis (PATF) is a statewide nonprofit business that is searching for its next CEO. PATF’s mission is to give instruction and funding alternatives, and advocacy for individuals with disabilities and more mature Pennsylvanians, serving to them to obtain the assistive technological innovation (AT) equipment and services that enhance the high-quality of their lives. Launched in 1998, PATF is Pennsylvania’s Substitute Financing Method (AFP) as selected by the federal Assistive Technology Act.

In 2012, PATF turned a point out-accredited and federally-licensed Neighborhood Progress Monetary Establishment (CDFI), a designation awarded to companies that have money products and solutions and companies that positively affect lower-prosperity communities. PATF was the nation’s first AFP to get grant funding as a CDFI.  In 2021, PATF produced a wholly-owned subsidiary, Appalachian Assistive Technological innovation Personal loan Fund (AATLF) to extend microfinancing chances for people with disabilities in the Appalachian region. PATF’s business office is located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and the CEO must have a presence in the King of Prussia business.

See the work description here. Interested applicants should ship a include letter/letter of fascination, resume, and salary requirements to [email protected] by May 15, 2022.


Dr. Richard Edley is the lead government for RCPA and is liable for all factors of operations and direction for the affiliation. His professional job began in 1988 and most recently he was president and CEO of PerformCare/Group Behavioral Health care Community of Pennsylvania, Inc., a national, entire-support, behavioral wellbeing managed care organization.

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