The DCF Welcomes Health Portfolio Program Associate Mashiya Williams
The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) is pleased to welcome Mashiya Williams as a health portfolio program associate.
As part of the DCF’s Community Impact Team, Williams will support the DCF’s grantmaking, engage with the community, and serve donors, helping ensure that resources invested in health outcomes have the maximum positive impact on quality of life throughout Delaware.
The DCF’s health portfolio includes two important grant initiatives, Highmark’s BluePrints for the Community and Healthy Communities of Delaware, as well as various smaller health-focused initiatives.
Williams most recently worked at Comenity Bank from 2010 to 2019, where she was executive assistant to the bank president and managed Comenity’s Grant and Outreach Program. She earned her bachelor’s degree in human development from Binghamton University and an MBA from Strayer University. She also recently received her project management certification from the Project Management Institute.
Williams served on the board of directors of Neighborhood House, Inc. for six years, and currently volunteers with her local Neighborhood Watch and at her church.
“I am so excited to have found an opportunity at the DCF to combine my commitment to Delaware with my passion for service,” Williams said.
“We’re excited to be strengthening our focus on social determinants of health for all in Delaware,” said DCF President and CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay. “Mashiya will play a key role in an exciting time of transformation and growth for the DCF.”
About the Delaware Community Foundation
The mission of the Delaware Community Foundation is to improve the lives of the people of Delaware by empowering and growing philanthropy through knowledge and relationships, now and in the future. As a facilitator, information resource and manager of charitable funds, the DCF helps communities and philanthropists focus charitable resources for the greatest community benefit statewide. For more information, visit delcf.org or call 302.571.8004.