Sourcewise Welcomes Chief Executive Officer

The Sourcewise Board of Directors announced on July 30, 2019 that Aneliza Del Pinal is the new Chief Executive Officer for Sourcewise. Ms. Del Pinal is the second CEO in the organization’s history.

Aneliza Del Pinal has successfully proven her skills in executive decision making and collaborative leadership with the Board, and through that action, we appoint her as our new CEO.

In her new role, Aneliza Del Pinal will be responsible for driving Sourcewise to the next level, building on the solid foundation and momentum achieved by the Sourcewise team under her leadership.

Aneliza is an accomplished leader, with a track record of working with media, community-based organizations, and the community at large to benefit seniors and persons with disabilities in Santa Clara County. She brings a great mix of leadership, inspiration, operational experience, technical breadth, and passion for customer care. This perfect set of skills makes her the right person at the right time to lead this agency.

“Aneliza has vast experience establishing new efforts in collaboration through strategic communication and has done a great job with bridging the transition from interim CEO and preparing the organization for growth,” stated Jeff Tepper, Board Vice President. The Board recognizes the significant contributions Ms. Del Pinal has made in setting the right tone, energy, and structure at Sourcewise during this important transition.

The Sourcewise Board of Directors welcomes Aneliza as she takes the helm as CEO of Sourcewise. She will be responsible to continue building upon the premier Sourcewise services and will seek new avenues to serve our consumers.

Aneliza is supported by Chief Operating Officer Manuel Altamirano and nine program directors: www.mysourcewise.com/leadership.

“Aneliza brings new energy to Sourcewise, a fantastic outlook for community collaboration and a dedication to provide the best service possible for Seniors of Santa Clara County. We are both excited and fortunate to have her in this seat,” said Altamirano.

Michal Mendoza is the President for the Sourcewise Board of Directors.

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