MOORESTOWN, NJ (May 23, 2023) – Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc. (MEND) announces Theodore Flick as a member of its Board of Trustees. Flick joins the MEND board after being involved and supporting MEND for over 35 years in various volunteer roles.
Flick brings his wealth of experience running a business in the warehousing, manufacturing, and logistics industry for the last 30 years. He specializes in assisting clients with process control and improvements to business operations.
Flick is a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown and has served as a Deacon and elder. He has been involved with the Moorestown community for many years coaching youth sports, running clinics, mentoring, and hosting the Annual Moorestown Charity Bowl (which benefits MEND) with his wife, Deborah Flick.
“We are thrilled to have Ted join our board. His unwavering commitment to the Moorestown community is inspiring,” said Eileen Wirth, MEND’s CEO & President. “Ted’s extensive business expertise will be a great asset to MEND and help aid in our mission of expanding affordable housing in southern New Jersey.”
“As a Moorestown resident and active member of the community, I’m honored to join MEND’s Board of Trustees. I’m looking forward to doing important work that impacts the lives of the residents we serve,” said Flick.
Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc. (MEND) is a private, nonprofit, housing development organization founded by several Moorestown churches in 1969. MEND is a national and state award-winning developer dedicated to providing safe and affordable rental housing to senior citizens, people with disabilities, and families of low and moderate income. MEND has developed 777 residential units at 31 locations in southern New Jersey. Over the past 50+ years, MEND’s affordable housing production efforts have represented a $150 million real estate investment in the region. Visit www.mendinc.org for more information.