We here at dfoww, Incorporated pride ourselves on being an inclusive opportunity educational, nonprofit charity organization, and employer. Inclusion at dfoww, Inc. is about creating a culture where people’s differences are welcome!
Mrs. Jeanette Schreiber – Editing Committee
Having spent 30+ years in the investment management business, Jeanette operates a communications firm that focuses on the finance industry. As a graduate of Northwestern University in Chicago, with a Major in English Writing, she is enthusiastic about the importance of strong writing skills to the success of an individual and the impact it can have on learning. Jeanette and her husband, Dan, live in Decatur, GA.
Marketing and Social Media Outreach Committee
Ms. Terri Jones – Marketing and Social Media Outreach Committee (Chair)
Ms. Jones has over 17 years of experience working in the Information Technology field developing software and supporting databases. Being a leader in the Information Technology field, she has managed projects, implemented new systems, and recruited staff members. Currently as the Director of Information Technology of a startup business that specializes in logistics, marketing, and customer relations, she collaborates with industry teams to execute strategies that deliver new technology to retail businesses in the for-profit sector. In many cases, Ms. Jones works alongside relevant software companies and retail businesses to develop new systems that provide B2C services. As a member of dfoww, Incorporated board of directors, her contributions will include, but are not limited to, working in social media marketing, public relations and marketing and technology.
She has earned both a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Finance and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Marketing from Wilmington University. Her hobbies include metalsmithing, jewelry design, sketching fashion illustrations, and painting.
Mr. Paul S. Swanson – Social Media Manager
Mr. Swanson was born and raised in Niagara Falls, NY, where he resides today. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Science from Empire State College. He has spent the past 22 years working in the Health and Human Service Field in various positions.
Throughout this time, he has learned how to be a leader, advocate and mentor while serving populations within the OPWDD (Office of People with Developmental Disabilities), OASAS (Office of Addiction Services and Supports) and OMH (Office of Mental Health). Some hobbies he enjoys are reading, fishing and working on cars. He hopes to fulfill the mission of the organization by advocating literacy to underprivileged communities.