EfTA names new president
Monica Bomkamp Enia was announced on March 26 as the new president of Education for Tomorrow Alliance. She is replacing Gary Louie, who served as interim executive director after Scott Harper's resignation.
"Monica has spent the past 10 years working for nonprofit organizations in leadership positions where the focus has been empowering young people through education, mentoring and hands-on learning," said Ian Powell, chairman of the board of directors of EfTA, in a press release. "We are pleased to have someone with Monica's experience and motivation accept this position to successfully lead and grow the EfTA organization."
Enia was most recently the education program director of the Los Angeles-based United Friends of the Children, where she oversaw all education programs, planned and executed program events and led fundraising initiatives. She has also served with the Children Foundation and Minds Matter of New York. She holds a master's degree in public administration from the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University.
"I am delighted to accept this position with EfTA," Enia said. "I know firsthand the positive impact that a committed organization can make in the life of a student. I look forward to continuing to expand the possibilities for EfTA to connect business and community volunteers with local students and effect positive change in the lives of our youth."
EfTA has been serving Montgomery County for more than 20 years and connecting volunteers with students to empower youth. For more information, visit efta-us.org.
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