Capital Heights, Md. – Mission of Love Charities, the Capital Heights nonprofit focusing on providing basic needs, workforce development, and job training for very low-income individuals and families, has appointed Adenia Bradley Chief Operation Officer.
Ms. Bradley was formerly with Southern Management Companies for 19 years, where she was most recently Business Development/Communications Advisor. She was also former Vice President of the Board of Directors of Mission of Love Charities, Inc. Her background includes extensive experience in property management, human resources, and business development. Additionally, she was the former President of the Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce.
She is currently chair of the Economic Development Committee at the Prince George’s County Chamber of Commerce, and over the years she has served on a number of committees at the Chamber that are concerned with economic development.
“Mission of Love Charities is excited to bring on to its management staff a person of Adenia’s caliber and experience,” says Deborah Martinez, CEO of Mission of Love Charities. “Our goals are to continue to sustain growth and impact with the operations of MOLC. And with Adenia on board, we are far better equipped to do that.”
“I am very pleased to be able to join the management staff of Mission of Love Charities at this important juncture in the organization’s growth and achievements,” says Ms. Bradley. “This opportunity at this time is an extraordinary opportunity for me to make a commitment to giving back to those among us who are in need. I am grateful for this opportunity.”
“While we, unfortunately, will be losing the talents of Adenia Bradley as VP on our Board of Directors, we are very happy to have her move over to help make MOLC the extraordinary organization that it is and hopes to become,” says Gary Michael, President of the MOLC Board of Directors.
Mission of Love Charities is a nonprofit organization committed to serving homeless and low-income individuals and families in the community by providing them with basic needs of food, clothing, and financial assistance for housing, along with Workforce Development and job training.