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Meet NRV CARES new Executive Director

Juli Dellorso has been named the Executive Director of NRV CARES by the organization’s Board of

Directors. Juli officially assumed this new role on March 06, 2017. “Juli is a good fit for our exceptional

team at NRV CARES. She is a go-getter with experience in non-profit networking and development.

She brings a new dimension to our team, and I speak for the board when I say we are excited to see NRV

CARES benefit from her energy and passion for our mission.” says Deb Syndor, NRV CARES Board


Mrs. Dellorso’s background uniquely positions her to assume this post, as NRV CARES’ seventh

Executive Director. With significant experience in non-profit development management, fundraising,

community development, and public relations, Dellorso will advance the organization’s current strategic

plan and guide NRV CARES future endeavors into community action to protect children from abuse and

strengthen families. Dellorso shared, “I am so honored and humbled to serve families and the children of

the NRV. Together with a professional, talented staff, I will strive every day to be an advocate and

champion for the most vulnerable members of our community. Through collaboration with our partners,

volunteers, and friends and neighbors, we will work to build up our children and promote happy, healthy

families in the NRV and surrounding areas. I believe deeply in the power of connection, conversation

and collaboration. Child abuse and neglect is an issue I feel very strongly about and it is our responsibility

to ourselves, our children, and families to work to prevent it.” Dellorso has a Bachelor’s in Social Change

and Community Development from Hollins University, and an Associate’s in Human Services from

Virginia Western Community College, both in Roanoke, VA. For the past decade, Dellorso has served her

community through volunteer work with The Virginia Western Community Action Network, Conflict

Resolution Center, TAP- Sabrina’s Place, and The Roanoke Rescue Mission. She is the former

Development Manager of ARCH Services (formerly Trust House and Bethany Hall in Roanoke) and

Relationship Manager at United Way of Roanoke Valley. She has worked collaboratively on various

projects with several organizations during her time in Roanoke such as Children’s Trust, The Homeless

Assistance Team, and the Continuum of Care. Dellorso was formally introduced as Executive Director to

our stakeholders, donors, volunteers, and various community members at the annual NRV CARES Gala

held on March 4th 2017 at the Inn at Virginia Tech.

Mrs. Dellorso lives in Christiansburg with her husband, children, and dachshunds.

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