Michael King, Retired, President

Mike is a retired attorney and former Managing Partner at Stock and Leader, a York law firm. He joined the Turning Point Board in order to bring his leadership skills to help with the expansion of services to children who have suffered sexual abuse. Mike has served as a member and Chair of a number of non-profit boards in the York area.

Jody Keller, Vice President
Organizational Development & HR Consultant

Jody consults in the areas of organizational development and human resources management having over 30 years of experience in the human resources field. Previously she was a partner and chief administrative officer with ParenteBeard LLC, the 20th largest accounting firm in the US. There she had oversight responsibility for the human resources and marketing and communications functions. Prior to ParenteBeard, Jody spent over 15 years operating her own business, Keller Resources, Inc., specializing in human resources, management consulting and training. Additionally, Jody had been an adjunct professor at Villanova University and York College for over 20 years. She is an active leader in the community, serving as past chair and current member of the Penn State-York Campus Advisory Board and past chair of the York County Chamber of Commerce. Jody is a member of the board for the York County Library System, York County Heritage Trust, Turning Point, and serves on the advisory committees for The American Red Cross and the Byrnes Health Education Center. She is past president of the Rotary Club of York. Jody lives in York with her husband Jake and together they have two adult children and two grandsons.

Jane Schussler, Retired, Secretary

Jane is a retired attorney from Stock and Leader, a York law firm. She joined the Turning Point board over ten years ago because of her desire to help victims of childhood sexual abuse recover their lives. She served as President of the Board and now serves on several committees. She also serves on the Pappus House board and has served on numerous other non profit boards in the York community.

Nate Sterner

A graduate of the Maxwell School of Citizenship at Syracuse University, Nate has 30 years of experience in all facets of outdoor advertising, including sales, governmental affairs, corporate development, and management in the Mid-Atlantic region. Nate is deeply invested in the York community. He is a member of the First Capital Club with the United Way, and serves on the Board of Directors at the Appell Center and Turning Point. Nate has worked with many other local organizations, including the York County Medical Foundation, Wellspan Health, and the Boy Scouts of York and Adams Counties. Nate resides in York with his wife, Sandra and has three children

Nancy Pendergast-Herbst, LSW
Social Worker

Alice Muldrow
Doceo Office Solutions, LLC – HR Manager

Alice Muldrow is the HR Manager and a Technology Advisor at Doceo Office Solutions, LLC which is headquartered in York, PA. Before joining Doceo in 2020, Alice spent 15 years working in community banking in various roles that included Branch Management and Treasury Management for banks that included Commerce/Metro Bank, York Traditions Bank, and Orrstown Bank. Ms. Muldrow serves in the community on various nonprofit boards in addition to Turning Point, including the York County Literacy Council, the Women’s Referral Exchange Network, and the Buy Local Coalition. Alice was involved with the the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for 10 years where she served on various committees in chair positions and two terms on the Board of Trustees. in 2011, Alice, was the York Light the Night Corporate Chairperson and in her years of service at LLS, she helped to raise over a $100,000 for the mission. In 2014, Ms. Muldrow was recognized as one of the Top 25 Extraordinary Women in York County by the YWCA for her commitment to the community. Ms. Muldrow is the proud mother of three adult children and eight grandchildren.

Alyce Soffer

Alyce recently retired as office manager for Women’s Healthcare Group. Previously she was the office supervisor for Director of Women and Children Services at Wellspan Health, coming from many years as a legal secretary. She volunteered for CASA of York County, Leg Up Farm equestrian program and currently serves as a proctor for York Literacy Council. Alyce resides in York, has a wonderful son and daughter-in-law and three grandchildren. Her passions are equestrian activities involving her horse, Rocketman, and pickleball.

Vickie Chronister

Vickie Chronister is a Charter Member and Director of Operations at Traditions Bank where she oversees Deposit Operations, Electronic Banking and Debit Cards. Vickie’s current responsibilities include project management of new product and service implementations. In her 40 plus years in banking she has worked in various capacities including retail, accounting, audit, trust, and trust compliance at Drovers Bank and Fulton Financial Advisors.

Vickie has served as past Board President of Belmont Theatre, Board member and Board Secretary for Community Progress Council, a Member of Women United Steering Committee, and Allocations Panel Chair for United Way. She is currently on the Board of Turning Point and a Member of St. Rose of Lima Parish Finance Council

A lifelong resident of York, Vickie enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, walking, and doing craft hobbies.