New Officers Join

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the election of three new officers to their Board of Directors, effective January 1, 2015.

Glen Mattox has been elected as President of the Board of Directors of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central PA. Mattox brings a wide range of business acumen to his new position of President. Mattox began his management career in McDonald’s Washington, D.C. Region in 1973 as a manager trainee. He came to the Philadelphia Region as a business consultant, training consultant and last served as the field purchasing manager for the region. In 1989, Glen became a McDonald’s Owner/Operator and currently owns two Lancaster County restaurants. As an Owner/Operator, Glen served two terms as Central PA Co-Op Vice President and five terms as Co-Op President. Mattox is Chair of the Supply Chain Advisory Council for Martin Brower Distribution Center and the Philadelphia Region representative to the Nation Supply Leadership Council for McDonald’s Corporation. He holds a degree in psychology from Washington and Lee University and served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve.

In his free time Glen enjoys golf, snow skiing, motorcycling, and fly fishing, and served as a director of the local chapter of Trout Unlimited. Glen and his wife Flo, who is a long-standing RMHC of Central PA volunteer reside in Lancaster and are the parents of four children and nine grandchildren, with one due in April.

Janice Snyder is a Partner at McKonly & Asbury, LLP with over 15 years of experience in public accounting. Ms. Snyder is the incoming Vice President of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central PA. She has also served as the Treasurer, Chair of the Finance Committee, Chair of the Personnel & Compensation Committee, Chair of the Transition Committee and a member of the Speakers Bureau. She is the incoming Chair and current Vice Chair of the Women’s Leadership Network of the United Way of the Capital Region. Additionally, she serves as a Board Member of Tri-County OIC and a member of the life and social issues committee of the PICPA.

She has specialized in service to nonprofit organizations, healthcare entities, and family owned businesses (manufacturing, distribution and services).

Snyder is a member of the Pennsylvania and American Institutes of Certified Public Accountants as well as a member of the Healthcare Financial Management Association. She is a recipient of the Central Penn Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” award in 2013. She is also a graduate of Leadership Harrisburg Area, class of 2013. Janice is a graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting.

Janice was born in Adams County and currently resides in Cumberland County. She is married to Jason Snyder and has two children, Logan (9) and Keira (5).

Vicki Kulina, Director, Social Responsibility, has been employed with Hershey Entertainment & Resorts® Company (HE&R) for more than 39 years and has been elected as Secretary of RMHC of Central PA’s Board of Directors. Vicki has a passion for the Milton S. Hershey legacy, and the organization’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. In 2013, she developed and launched the company’s first-ever CSR report which includes key examples of how HE&R is making a positive impact in the areas of Environment, Community, Workplace, and Marketplace & Guest Focus.

She serves on the Board of Directors of The Hershey Partnership and is a member of the Hershey Impact Group and The Hershey Community Garden Founding Committee. She is a past Board Member of the PA Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Hershey Harrisburg Regional Visitors Bureau Marketing Committee.

Throughout her professional career, Vicki has been recognized as a leader in the industry receiving the YWCA Tribute to Women of Excellence Award and Hershey Capital Region Pulse Award recognizing outstanding Tourism Service Personnel. Within HE&R, she was a recipient of the highest company individual honor – the J. Bruce McKinney Legacy of Excellence Award. Vicki played an integral part in coordinating the completion of the Ronald McDonald House playroom.

Vicki resides in Hummelstown with her husband, Jim, and is a proud parent of daughters Kiley Strohm and Kellie Kulina, and grandparent of Hunter and Chase.

About Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Central Pennsylvania

Providing comfort, strength and stability for families with children in medical crisis, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central PA has been a “home away from home” for families since 1984. Located across the street from Penn State Children’s Hospital, RMHC® of Central PA has provided more than 30,000 family stays through the Ronald McDonald House program. The Ronald McDonald Family Room®, now fourteen years old and located steps away from the pediatric intensive care unit, serves guests and families 24 hours a day. RMHC of Central PA also supports the family lounges and Hospitality Cart at Penn State Children’s Hospital. The RMHC of Central PA Grant Program supports qualifying non-profit children’s organizations throughout Central Pennsylvania. For more information, please call 717-533-4001 or visit www.rmhc-centralpa.org.

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