George A. Jones
"George A. Jones became Chief Executive Officer of Bread for the City (BFC) on January 2, 1996. He is responsible for managing all administrative, financial, and programmatic aspects of the organization. Mr. Jones has led Bread for the City’s growth from a $1.2 million operation in 1996 to an $8.2 million operation in 2012. This growth included overseeing the development of a new center in Southeast DC in 2002, as well as the 11,000 s.f. expansion of BFC’s Northwest Center, which opened for service in December 2010.
"From 1999 to 2007, Mr. Jones served as Chairman of the Board of the DC Primary Care Association (DCPCA), a non-profit which advocates for the expansion of healthcare access and reduction of healthcare disparities among low-income DC residents. He currently serves as the DCPCA’s Vice Chairman, serves on the Center for Nonprofit Advancement Board, and is on the Board of the Capital Area Food Bank. Mr. Jones is also a 2011 winner of the Center for Non-Profit Advancement’s Gelman, Rosenberg, & Freedman EXCEL Award."
Resources and articles
- Bread for the City George A. Jones, organizational web page, accessed March 30, 2013.