FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –
Contact: Denise Goldenbaum
(609) 581.9622 ext. 111
Hamilton, NJ – January 30, 2017–The Hamilton Area YMCA Board of Directors has announced some new and exciting changes to the community based organization. David Kisselback, who has served as the CEO, will be leaving to pursue new opportunities after leading the organization for nearly two years. Speaking on behalf of the Board of Directors, Chairman John Cimino, said “We wish David success in his new endeavors and we thank him for his time here at the Hamilton Area YMCA.”
The Board of Directors enthusiastically announced the appointment of Interim CEO, Diana Zita. “Diana brings with her a strong financial background, love of her community and a commitment to the important work of the YMCA.” Cimino said. Under the Board’s direction, Diana will continue to foster the Hamilton Area YMCA’s mission through vital programs and services that promote Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility, many of which are offered at low or no cost. “It is a privilege and honor for me to lead an organization that is deeply committed to improving lives of those in the community we live in. This organization has touched the lives of so many, including my own children. For me, the Hamilton Area Y is an extended family.”
About Diana Zita:
Diana Zita is a born and raised Hamiltonian. A graduate of McCorristin High School, she went on to study accounting at Manhattan College. After passing the CPA, she proceeded to work in the fast paced wall street environments at DLJ and Lehman Brothers in New York. Expanding her career, Diana worked for a utility company and a Fortune 500 as a Corporate Treasury Manager. After starting her family, she shifted her gaze back to her hometown with an aim to make a difference in the non-profit sector. Diana has called the Hamilton Area YMCA home for the last seven years as the organization’s CFO. An active member of the community, she sits on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Board and the Office of Minority and Multicultural Health Advisory Commission. An avid concert-goer, and outdoor enthusiast, Diana resides in Yardville, with her two children.
Established in 1951, the Hamilton Area YMCA is a 501(c)3 non-profit community organization that promotes youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Our two branches play host to a variety of programs designed to nurture the potential of young people, improve our health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back to the community and support our neighbors. For more information about the Hamilton Area YMCA and the programs we offer, visit www.hamiltonymca.org.