Daniel Kelly, CEO
When Dan first came aboard in 1993, Community Quest, Inc. was a typical human service organization providing services to people with developmental disabilities and heavily reliant on funding from the State of New Jersey. Identifying new revenue streams became Dan’s ongoing focus. He knew that the company needed to diversify to thrive. In 2001 the company opened its first housing program that was not funded by the state, a HUD/Federal Home Loan Bank of NY funded independent living apartment in Cape May County.
Dan’s vision for the company took a leap forward in 2004. He identified the need to bring diversified funding sources to the company to become less reliant on funding from the State of New Jersey.
Elizabeth Denham, COO
Elizabeth joined Community Quest, Inc. in 1994 as an Employment Consultant after leaving the corporate arena in pursuit of a more rewarding career. She utilized her vast hospitality experience in placing persons with disabilities in employment positions in the casino industry. Shortly after, she was promoted to Supported Employment Coordinator, then in 1998 promoted to Vocational Director, and most recently in 2003 promoted to COO. Elizabeth is responsible for the overall supervision of the operations provided by Community Quest. She leads the agency in the following committees: Continuous Quality Improvement, Health & Safety, Cultural Competency, Employee Recognition, Program Evaluation and Strategic Planning. She has coordinated the successful completion of 6 consecutive 3 year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.In representing Community Quest, Elizabeth has served in the following capacity; Secretary of Association for Choices in Community Supports and Employment Services, Vice President and President of New Jersey Rehabilitation Association, Chair of Atlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board, Disabilities Workforce Committee, Member of the Atlantic Cape May Workforce Investment Board, Executive Committee Member.
Kerrie Kelly, CFO
Kerrie was hired as Vice President of Finance in 2004. She was promoted to her current position in 2009. She developed Home Quest, Inc., the Community Quest Foundation, Inc. and our first for profit subsidiary Med A Quest, LLC. Kerrie continues to develop strategies for new streams of revenue to support the mission of Community Quest, Inc. while maintaining efficiency and productivity for the corporation.Kerrie is responsible for managing Finance, Med A Quest, Pivot, Human Resources and affordable housing.