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August 4, 2023

ONE Worcester names first full-time executive director

PHOTO | Courtesy of Helen Segil Helen Segil, executive director of ONE Worcester

ONE Worcester, Organization for Nonprofit Excellence, has named Helen Segil its first full-time executive director. Segil was previously program director for the organization.

ONE Worcester provides consulting and business skills training to area nonprofits to help them succeed as business entities. The organization is in its eighth year of operations, according to its website. 

As executive director, Segil will lead ONE Worcester in facilitating capacity building initiatives for nonprofits, promote best practices, and offer educational trainings related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, according to a July 14 press release from ONE Worcester. Barbara Guthrie was interim executive director before Segil assumed the role.

“I’m honored and excited to assume the role of executive director at ONE Worcester and am committed to building upon the organizations remarkable legacy of strengthening the nonprofit sector in our community and Worcester County. Together, with our dedicated volunteers and board of directors, we will work to drive positive change and empower local nonprofits to thrive,” Segil said in the press release.

Segil holds a bachelor’s degree in cultural studies and communications and gender studies from Clark University in Worcester. She also received her master’s degree in professional communications from Clark. 

“During Helen’s tenure as the program director, she has strengthened our corps of skilled consultants; worked to improve the experiences of volunteers and beneficiaries of our services; and expanded our DEI offerings, including DEI assessments and seminar programming,” Alex Mooradian, ONE Worcester’s board chair, said in the release. “We look forward to growing our seminar series for nonprofit leaders, including cultivating our first cohort of emerging nonprofit leaders who lead grassroots organizations.”

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