Geisa was born and raised in Delaware and made her way to Chester County 10 years ago after extensive travel; living in different states as well as overseas in Brazil. She holds degrees in English communications and media art design, and her varied work experience has provided her countless opportunities to work with various groups of individuals. Of those groups, she holds much passion for working with seniors, youth, and volunteers. Geisa joined Home of the Sparrow in February 2023 as Volunteer Coordinator after several years working for another non-profit. Geisa stays busy as a small business owner, and a mom of 2 daughters whom she shares with her husband of over 20 years. Geisa is an active member of her gym, a lifelong runner, a coffee-lover, and breakfast enthusiast. She believes that giving back as a volunteer can create a huge impact wave, thus inspiring others to serve in the same capacity.
As one of the longest standing staff members of Home of the Sparrow, Bruce Field makes sure that our Pre-Senior Bridge Houses and our office are in tip-top shape. We have yet to find a problem that Bruce can’t fix ...
Israel Gordon was born in Philadelphia, PA and spent his early years in Germantown. Upon moving to Coatesville with his family as a pre-teen he has always been active in Chester County and the Philadelphia area.
Development and Communications AssociateBeth joined the Home of the Sparrow in January of 2023 as the Development and Communications Associate. She holds a Bachelors in Elementary Education from West Chester University. After teaching third grade for a few years, Beth started her family. It was then that she fell in love with photography. When her children were young, she owned and operated a photography studio for families and children for twelve years. Beth also has previous non-profit experience as the Coordinator of Mission Advancement at Kennett Area Community Service. She has a passion for service and has been a longtime volunteer with various organizations within her community for the past ten years. Beth and her husband have been residents of Kennett Square for the past eighteen years. In her free time, she enjoys long walks in the park, playing backgammon and spending time with friends and family.