Founder and President: George McDonald
As Founder and President of The Doe Fund, George has transformed government policy and the public's perception of the homeless population. He helps more than 1,000 formerly homeless and formerly incarcerated individuals each day by empowering them to find jobs and housing. George's awards and distinctions include the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness' Home for Every American Award, the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research's William E. Simon Lifetime Achievement Award for Social Entrepreneurship, and an honorary degree from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. He also serves as a member of New York City's Discharge Planning Collaboration.
Executive Vice President: Harriet Karr-McDonald
Harriet co-founded and shaped Ready, Willing & Able and the Community Improvement Project. Drawing on two decades of experience in developing programs for homeless and formerly incarcerated people, she expanded Ready, Willing & Able and its social enterprises. Harriet develops and implements fundraising strategies, overseeing private campaigns which leverage more than $13 million per year. She also is responsible for overall program development and oversight.
Chief Operating Officer: John McDonald
In his prior role as Chief Financial Officer, John managed The Doe Fund's finances through a period of exponential growth over the course of twenty years. As Chief Operating Officer, he now oversees The Doe Fund's day-to-day operations, finances, and administration, including the management of more than 1,000 units of permanent and supportive housing - most of which he also developed. Prior to joining The Doe Fund, John held positions at Salomon Brothers and Bell Atlantic Corporation. He holds a degree in Financial Management from the University of North Carolina.
Chief Financial Officer: Anthony Mangione, CPA
Director of Operations: Dennis Piervicenti
Dennis has been with The Doe Fund for 13 years. Prior to that, he was Deputy Commissioner at the Department of Homeless Services for the last 10 of his 35 years in New York City government.
Executive Director of Programs: Nadia Sadloski
Nadia Sadloski has dedicated her career to developing, supervising, and improving programs that serve formerly incarcerated and homeless populations in New York City. As The Doe Fund's Executive Director of Programs, Nadia oversees all aspects of the award-winning Ready, Willing & Able program, the organization's supportive housing, as well as a host of special projects and programs operated by the organization. She is a member of The Doe Fund's executive team and represents the Ready, Willing & Able program to government agencies and officials, major funders, and other nonprofit organizations.
Prior to her appointment as Executive Director of Programs, she oversaw the implementation and monitoring of the Ready, Willing & Able Pathways initiative, a random assignment re-entry study funded by and performed in collaboration with the United States Department of Labor. In addition to her work at The Doe Fund, Nadia served in management and social work positions at Urban Pathways and BRC. She holds a master's degree in social work and a bachelor's degree in Psychology, both from Monmouth University.
Senior Vice President for Corporate and Workforce Development: John Kirkland
As Senior Vice President for Corporate and Workforce Development, John oversees the extensive social ventures of The Doe Fund, including its iconic “Ready Willing & Able” street cleaning enterprise, the Pest @ Rest pest control business, our culinary catering expansion and new social enterprise development. In addition, he is responsible for The Doe Fund’s extensive Workforce Development Department that includes Education, Occupational Training and Career Development components.
Prior to The Doe Fund John worked at FEGS and The Center for Employment Opportunities developing and nurturing employment and training partnerships with major NYC employers. John had an extensive senior corporate executive career with Bristol Myers Squibb, Pillsbury and General Mills where he negotiated international mergers, acquisitions and joint venture in the health care, pharmaceutical, consumer goods, food, and retail sectors.
Director of Development: Annie Murphy
As the Director of Development, Annie Murphy oversees all private fundraising initiatives including foundation and corporate giving, individual giving of major and mid-level gifts, events, and capital campaign initiatives. During Annie’s time at The Doe Fund, she has designed and implemented creative strategies to broaden the organization’s base of support by nurturing existing relationships as well as identifying new constituencies. In addition to her development initiatives, she brings with her extensive experience in the non-profit field from direct service management, program analyzation and non-profit crisis management. Annie earned a Master’s Degree in Urban Sociology from The New School and has held various leadership positions within the fields of child welfare, family services and homelessness.
Chief of Staff: Alexander Horwitz
As Chief of Staff, Alexander coordinates the work of The Doe Fund's executive team, ensures quality outputs across the agency, and oversees public policy, government, and media affairs for the organization. Prior to joining The Doe Fund, Alexander worked in the private sector as a communications strategist for major corporations, executive suites, and high profile individuals including Pfizer Biopharmaceuticals, GMHC, Johnson & Johnson, Rockefeller Center, Creative Artists Agency, and many others.