Richard Rohrman to Retire from New Community Corporation

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Richard Rohrman to Retire from New Community Corporation

 

NEWARK, NJ – New Community Corporation, one of the nation’s largest community development organizations, has announced that Richard Rohrman, CEO, has decided to retire effective May 31, 2021.

“NCC is in a strong position to explode into its next 50 years. There will be new buildings and facilities, much greater emphasis on health and its relationship to housing, training for well-paying in-demand jobs, health care, early childhood development and future innovations,” said Richard Rohrman, New Community CEO. “When you look at our current organizational structure and financial standing, what you are seeing are the long-run cumulative results of innovative strategies and strategic partnerships that allow us to create tremendous impact. Right now, I see New Community as ready for whatever arises, making it an optimal time for this transition.”

Rohrman’s history with New Community started long before he was appointed the CEO. In the 1980s, he served as the Assistant Director of Maintenance and Business Development Manager. Since then, he has held the positions of Director of Real Estate Operations and Director of Real Estate Development. In 2013, Richard was appointed as the CEO when Monsignor William J. Linder, the Founder of NCC, retired from that position.

“Throughout Richard Rohrman’s career at New Community Corporation, here in the City of Newark, he has demonstrated commitment, compassion and creativity. Richard’s efforts and determination was of tremendous benefit to not just the New Community family but the Newark family as well. New Community Corporation’s loss is Newark’s loss,” stated Mildred Crump, Newark City Council President.

A hybrid celebration will be held in Rohrman’s honor on May 20, 2021, which will be live streamed via Facebook and YouTube for employees, partners and friends. In the coming weeks, additional information about the search and celebration will be released via the New Community website, social media channels and Clarion, New Community’s monthly newsletter.

“Richard has been a wonderful partner with the Board and an outstanding leader for New Community Corporation for over 25 years. The New Community network, and those we serve, have greatly benefited from his vision, business acumen, dedication and leadership,” stated Dr. A. Zachary Yamba, New Community Board of Directors Chairman. “In his role of CEO, Rohrman has used his expertise to strengthen the operational structure and the financial standing of the organization, positioning NCC to grow and be acclaimed as one of the largest community development organizations in the country. We will miss him greatly.”

In preparation for new leadership, the Board of Directors has constituted a search committee of its members in partnership with The Support Center, a nonprofit leadership and consulting organization specializing in executive search and transition.  For more information about the CEO position and search, visit www.supportcenteronline.org.

 

About New Community Corporation (NCC)   

New Community Corporation (www.newcommunity.org) was founded in 1968 in Newark, N.J., by Monsignor William J. Linder and a small group of community residents during a time of civil unrest that was spreading throughout urban communities across the United States. NCC has grown to become one of the largest and most comprehensive community development organizations in the country, providing services ranging from housing and health care to education and banking services. New Community Corporation’s mission is “to help residents of inner cities improve the quality of their lives to reflect individual God-given dignity and personal achievement.” Included in the network is about 2,000 units of housing for families and seniors; an accredited post-secondary career and technical school called New Community Career & Technical Institute; a 180-bed nursing home called Extended Care Facility; a one-stop Family Resource Success Center; a transitional housing facility for homeless families called Harmony House; Adult Learning Center; a federally-insured Federal Credit Union; a licensed outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment center; Financial Opportunity Center; two early learning centers; and after school, recreational and summer camp programs for youth.

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