Tatia Cooper

Tatia Cooper was named CEO of Home Care Associates, a worker-owned home care agency.

She succeeds Karen Kulp, who retired in June after 16 years with the company. Cooper began working at the nationally recognized welfare to workforce model, back in 1994 as a job coach and has held many positions throughout the years.

Cooper personally developed tools that impact Home Care Associates’ workers’ success including approaches to housing, health, transportation and child care challenges.

Home Care Associates is one of the largest women-owned businesses in the Philadelphia region.

Marianne A. Fray

Marianne A. Fray was named CEO of the Maternity Care Coalition, a leading nonprofit advocate for women, children and families in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

She began her new role on June 11. She succeeds JoAnne Fischer, who served as MCC’s executive director from 1989 until January 2018.

Fray joined Maternity Care Coalition in 2017 following a multifaceted career with progressive leadership positions in multiple industries. Most recently, she was senior director and head of Global Corporate Development with Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association.

Fray is an expert in building relationships and coalitions that drive growth. She established two successful cross-company industry communities that continue to drive business innovation in the project management and life sciences industries.

Lenetta R. Lee

Lincoln University appointed Lenetta R. Lee as the new vice president for student success.

Lee, currently dean of students and associate vice president of student affairs, was promoted to this position in March. The appointment is effective July 1.

The senior leadership position is new at the university and replaces the vice president for student affairs, which has been vacant since December 2017. The position results from the reorganization of student services, campus life and academic support functions to create a unit focused on student success.

Lee will oversee an office delivering a complex array of services and programs such as class deans, the dean of students and the director of career services, among other units providing student support services, experiential learning, international programs and public safety.

If you are someone or know someone making a vertical move in their career contact business reporter Ayana Jones at ajones@phillytrib.com.

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