The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (The Arc), a nonprofit committed to transforming lives for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), is pleased to welcome Scott Reifsnyder and Gregory Snyder II to The Arc’s Executive Leadership Team. Both are joining The Arc at a critical moment in time as the organization prepares to head into its next strategic plan, Leading Boldly.

Scott Reifsnyder possesses over 17 years of experience as a Chief Financial Officer (CFO), managing the financial health of nonprofit and private organizations experiencing growth and change. An innovative and strategic leader, Scott thrives when supporting organizational growth and spearheading financial initiatives.

“We are excited to welcome Scott to our Executive Leadership Team,” says Jonathon Rondeau, President & CEO of The Arc. “It is essential to have a leader like Scott who values creativity, collaboration, and progress as The Arc continues to expand services, implement new initiatives, and grow across the region.”

Scott comes to The Arc from Nexterus, a company focused on providing solutions around global supply chain management, and currently serves as treasurer of the Board of Directors at The Coordinating Center, a Maryland-based nonprofit supporting people with disabilities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from Washington Adventist University and attended the University of Maryland Global Campus.

At the same time, The Arc is also welcoming Gregory Snyder II as the Chief of Staff. In this role, Greg will partner with The Arc’s executive leaders on strategic priorities and lead governmental relations, using his expertise and passion for policy to support activities and projects related to The Arc’s capital campaign and strategic plan.

“Greg has dedicated much of his professional and personal life to public service and disability rights, including serving on our Board of Directors for several years,” said Jonathon. “His energy and leadership will allow us to continue to expand and seek new opportunities to meet the needs of the communities we serve, and I look forward to working with Greg in his new role.”

Prior to joining The Arc, Greg worked at Bellamy Genn Group as the Senior Government Relations Associate. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Keep Punching, a nonprofit dedicated to preventing and eradicating brain cancer. Greg received The Daily Record’s 2020 VIP List Award, recognizing successful professionals under 40 in Maryland, and was recently appointed to the Anne Arundel County Commission on Disability Issues by the Anne Arundel County Executive for his work fostering respect, equity, and opportunity for people with disabilities.

“Scott and Greg are both action-oriented leaders who will support The Arc’s continued transformation and growth,” said Jonathon. “As we embark on our next strategic plan, “Leading Boldly”, I am excited to welcome two community-minded leaders like Scott and Greg.”