Next Gen North Elects Seven New Board Members
Michael Boëtius, a senior project manager at J.P. Morgan Chase, holds an MBA from Pennsylvania State University. Boëtius previously managed the construction and marketing of wind farms across North America and Europe.
Lori Burke, a regional sales manager at Corporation Service Company, holds a bachelor’s degree from Rider University. She volunteers with the Special Olympics the Small Town Experience.
Dominic DiFebo is a member of Chatham Financial’s Controls & Data Integrity team and business/marketing consultant for his family’s restaurant, Feby’s Fishery. He graduated from St. Mark’s High School, and received a bachelor’s degree in business management from Mount St. Mary’s University in Maryland. DiFebo is also involved with Ducks Unlimited Brandywine Chapter.
Brittany Donia, a graduate of Loyola University, is a community relations project manager at Capital One in Wilmington and a resident of Philadelphia. Donia is active in mentoring and other volunteer activities.
Lindsay Lancaster is the program manager at Healthy Foods for Healthy Kids, a nonprofit that partners with elementary schools throughout Delaware to start sustainable vegetable garden programs.
Sam Moultrie is an associate at Wilks, Lukoff & Bracegirdle, LLC and concentrates his practice in corporate and commercial litigation, securities litigation, and other complex business disputes in Delaware state and federal courts. Moultrie received a bachelor’s degree (cum laude) in communications from Upper Iowa University, a master’s in political science from Regent University, and his J.D. from Regent University School of Law, where he received the 2013 Regent Law Corporate, Commercial, Transactional Law award.
Charlie Vincent is owner and managing principal of Innovincent, a Delaware-based marketing and consulting firm that specializes in strategic planning, marketing, and fundraising for non-profits and small businesses. Previously, he served as a law clerk for Justice Henry duPont Ridgely in the Delaware Supreme Court and worked as an attorney at two large firms in Wilmington, where he advised both large and small corporate clients on a variety of litigation and governance issues.