Jeff is the President/CEO of UCP Central PA, an agency with a multi-disciplinary staff of 1,000, a presence in 15 counties, and a $24+ million budget.
From 1973 to 2001, he served in the United States Air Force, retiring as a Colonel. His final assignment was as Chief, Air Force Medical Logistics Office, where he was responsible for the development and execution of integrated global logistics, combat support, facility engineering and maintenance, purchasing, and technology management, for a worldwide healthcare system of 79 hospitals/clinics and aeromedical evacuation.
He is currently a Principal Investigator on two National Institutes of Health (NIH) projects; Reducing Obesity Risk in Children with Developmental Disabilities and Lifestyle Changes to Decrease Obesity in Persons with Disabilities.
He serves on the Boards of the PA Assistive Technology Foundation, the Pennsylvania Association of Rehabilitation Facilities, UCP of PA, and the Cumberland-Perry Housing Initiative. He serves on the PA Intellectual Disability and Autism Coalition and the Steering Committee of the National UCP Legislation and Policy group in Washington D.C.
He earned an MBA and an MS in Logistics and graduated from Air War College and National Security Management. He attended Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management at Harvard Business School. He lives in Gettysburg, PA with his wife Rayna, a Registered Dietitian. He has two daughters, both Penn State grads, Spring and Shayna.