Princeton, NJ – Community Options, Inc. today announced the appointment of James Buckley as Treasurer of the Board of Directors.
Community Options is a national nonprofit that develops housing and employment for people with disabilities. Community Options supports over 5,000 people with disabilities across 10 states. The organization is governed by an eleven-member Board of Directors consisting of civic and business leaders from across the country.
“I am excited to welcome James Buckley as Treasurer of Community Options,” said Robert Stack, President and CEO. “James has unparalleled experience to fulfill this role and possesses an impressive track record with some of the biggest banking institutions over his 20-year career. We are excited to continue our growth through his experience and insights.”
Buckley joins Community Options with more than 20 years of corporate and financial leadership experience. He is currently Senior Vice President, Treasury – Balance Sheet Management Group for Citigroup. He previously worked for JP Morgan Chase Bank as a consultant for their Treasury & Chief Investment Office. He is a graduate of Fordham University, where he received an MBA in Accounting and a BS in Finance and Economics.
“The work Community Options does to ensure people with disabilities have the opportunity to live and work in the community is beyond commendable,” said James Buckley. “It truly is an honor to be welcomed into the Community Options family and I look forward to immediately contributing to the Board.”
Since 1989, Community Options has been a national leader in the effort to close large, segregated institutions throughout the United States. As of today, the organization has grown its operations to over 600 community-based homes across the country.
About Community Options, Inc.:
For over 30 years, Community Options has developed housing and employment supports for people with disabilities – serving thousands of people from over 40 offices across 10 states. Community Options provides advocacy assistance to empower people with disabilities because all people – regardless of ability level – should live and work in the community with dignity, choice and self-determination. For more information, please visit our website: www.comop.org and to follow along with the #AllItTakes campaign, search #AllItTakes on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.