The Delaware Community Foundation announced Joyce Darling joined as vice president for finance and administration.
Darling previously worked for the DCF from 2013 to 2015, first as an accountant and then as director of finance, leading the organization’s financial management and overseeing investment activities. For the past two years, Darling has served as the chief financial officer of Chesterwye Center, a Maryland nonprofit dedicated to enhancing the lives of adults with developmental disabilities.
As vice president for finance and administration, Darling is a key member of the DCF’s leadership team, overseeing investment and management of the foundation’s $250 million portfolio of charitable assets and working closely with donors, fundholders and the DCF Board of Directors and committees.
Darling also has worked in financial administration at the nonprofit organizations Kent Center, Inc. and Aspen Institute. Darling holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and business administration from the University of Maryland University College and a master’s degree in nonprofit management from Eastern University.