Volunteers of America Chesapeake Appoints Feisal Toor as Director of Finance

12/6/17

Feisal Toor

Volunteers of America Chesapeake, a faith-based, non-profit organization, has appointed Feisal Toor as its Director of Finance. Volunteers of America Chesapeake's mission is to inspire self-reliance, dignity and hope through health and human services.

Feisal Toor comes to Volunteers of America Chesapeake with over 13 years of human services experience. He has previously served the District of Columbia Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities population working in for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in senior management Accounting and Finance roles.

Toor serves as the chair of the Finance Committee for the DC Coalition of Disability Service Providers and is actively involved in the District's fiscal, policy and regulatory development and review. He frequently testifies at DC Council budget performance hearings for agencies such as the Department of Health Care Finance and the Department on Disability Services for the District of Columbia and has worked with DC Mayor's Office on issues such as the DC Living Wage and the Wage Theft Act. Toor also meets with DC Council members of the Health and Human Services Committee to advise on issues related to the IDD population.

As Director of Finance, Toor will among many responsibilities coordinate with executive management and program personnel to maintain the financial accounting system, prepare financial statements for review, coordinate budgets, and supervise accounting staff to ensure that Volunteers of America’s financial results are accurate.

Mr. Toor has a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the George Mason School of Business Management.

ABOUT VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA CHESAPEAKE

From Baltimore to Hampton Roads Virginia, Volunteers of America Chesapeake works to uplift the most vulnerable people among us. We are a faith-based health and human services nonprofit serving Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. We run 31 programs and offer services in core areas including homelessness, intellectual disabilities, veterans, mental illness and corrections. Every year we leverage the financial and in-kind investments of the members of our communities to impact more than 8,000 people, moving more than 1,000 from homelessness to permanent housing.

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