Ghost Writer LLC: Theresa DiLoreto hired as advocate
Theresa DiLoreto, of Scotland, was recently hired as the agency advocate for Ghost Writer LLC.
The new position is part of the continued expansion of Ghost Writer; which provides development and marketing services, strategic planning assistance, and board training and development.
“Ghost Writer’s mission is writing a better human story,” saidKirsten Hubbard,founderand CEO of Ghost Writer. “We work with nonprofit and for-profit organizations to connect them to resources that bring them closer to fulfilling their mission – whether that be human services, arts, literacy, education, providing broadband or other missions. Theresa’s familiarity with the Franklin County (Pa.) landscape and nonprofit expertise will guide local clients to bring local solutions to local communities. Doing so serves the organizations, the community and Ghost Writer as it expands its services to serve a now-global clientele.”
DiLoreto served as assistant director of development at SpiriTrust Lutheran until May. She worked with donors and sponsors, and served as an internal trainer, teaching new employees about the agency’s core values.
She also held positions with the Downtown Business Council, Council for the Arts and Public Opinion newspaper.
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DiLoreto earned a bachelors’ degree from Shippensburg University, is a certified fundraising executive and a graduate of Leadership Franklin County. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, serves on the board of the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce, and is a longtime member and past president of the Rotary Club of Chambersburg, Pa.
“Theresa brings with her an extensive background in nonprofit development and involvement in community,” Hubbard said. “Her history of working in Franklin County has resulted in a deep connection to, and superb understanding of, the county, its challenges and its resources.”
DiLoreto has lived in the Chambersburg area for nearly 30 years. When she’s not working or volunteering, she enjoys cooking interesting food, shopping at small businesses and traveling with her husband, Denis.