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Governor Larry Hogan Announces Nicole Fiocco as New Director of Volunteer Maryland

ANNAPOLIS, MD –¬†Governor Larry Hogan recently appointed Nicole Fiocco as the new director of Volunteer Maryland.

Since 2015, Fiocco has served Volunteer Maryland as a program manager, traveling throughout the state and interacting with AmeriCorps partner sites to ensure that their community efforts are engaging and successful. Previously, she was assistant supervisor for Constituent Services within Governor Hogan’s Executive Services Office.

She has an extensive background in program management, implementation, and customer relations, as well as in volunteer and community outreach. From 2012 to 2015, she served as the volunteer and community outreach coordinator for Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks, and prior to that was the Volunteer Maryland coordinator for Quiet Waters Park in Annapolis.

“I congratulate Nicole on this well-deserved role. Her experience working alongside volunteers at both the state and county level will be very beneficial to our team,” said Steven McAdams, executive director of the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives. “We are excited to see her lead Volunteer Maryland in helping to change Maryland for the better.”

Housed within the Governor’s Office of Community Initiatives, Volunteer Maryland¬†builds stronger, healthier communities by developing volunteer programs with nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and schools. Its vision is that all Marylanders will participate in and value service as a way of life to enrich and empower community, society, and self.

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