|Name||Karen M. Hartley-Nagle|
Bellefonte, Delaware , United States
|| August 18, 1962
Sep 14, 2016 02:04pm
|Info||Karen M. Hartley-Nagle, a resident of Dover, Delaware, was born August 18, 1962 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. She moved permanently to Delaware from Newtown Square, Pennsylvania in 1990 after spending most of her childhood summering at her parents’ cottage on the Delaware Bay. She attended Moore College of Art, Delaware Technical and Community College and Wilmington College for; art and design, human services and elementary education. |
Ms. Hartley-Nagle has successfully lead the way from 2004 to the present as Executive Director of The Nagle Foundation, a national non-profit organization with offices in Wilmington and Dover that is dedicated to promoting children’s rights and decreasing child abuse, neglect and family violence in society.
EDUCATION: Marple Newtown High School in Pa., 1980; Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, 1980-82; Delaware Technical & Community College, 1991-93; Wilmington College, 1993-96.
OCCUPATION: Child advocate, President of American People for Family Justice.
PRIOR PUBLIC/CIVIC SERVICE: Member of Common Cause of Delaware; participated in Study Circle on Racism and Race Relations, 2004; member of Calvary Lamb Ministries and Dover Century Club; event coordinator for Amish Country bike tour, 1993-2000