Meet the Team Leading the Way to Life Long Fulfillment
All of us — our employees, our partners, the individuals we serve and the families we support — are absolutely committed to seeing goals achieved, potential exceeded and lives fulfilled.
Together, we design and provide the programs and services that improve the lives of individuals, young and old, across the communities we serve.
Edward J. Yongo
Chief Executive Officer
In 2016, Edward added PathWays’ CEO to his already-impressive resume — BA & MA (with honors) in Economics and International Relations from Scotland’s University of Aberdeen, EMBA from Katz Business School at the University of Pittsburgh, International Investment Banker, Private Equity Professional, and Management Consultant in Europe, Australia, and Southern Africa. Today, in addition to his CEO duties, he oversees an additional three business units of the PathWays family of companies: Rainbows End Early learning Center, Your Child’s Place, and PathWays Foundation. He also sits on the Boards of Community Kitchen Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Botanic Gardens, and PACE. Edward also serves as an Adjutant Professor at two colleges, teaching Corporate Finance fundamentals, and Social Innovation.
Executive Vice President of Finance
Stacey brings the expertise of more than 25 years in the not-for-profit world to the position of PathWays EVP of Finance. She holds a BS in Accounting from Wheeling Jesuit College, where she graduated summa cum laude. In addition, she is a Certified Public Accountant. Prior to joining PathWays in 1998, Stacey served as the Director of Finance for a home health agency.
Senior Vice President of Operations
Kolleen has over 25 years of nonprofit leadership experience with a wealth of knowledge in strategic planning and building/sustaining organizational alignment. Before joining PathWays, she held several roles over 11 years with InVision Human Services, having most recently served as Regional Director. During her 12-year tenure at National Mentor Healthcare, Kolleen held roles such as state quality officer and deputy state director of services. She also holds an MBA with a concentration in change management.