Felecia Webb

Felecia Webb is Vice President of Philanthropy, responsible for leading the development strategies and execution of NPower’s national and regional revenue goals, as well as grants management, data analytics and government relations. Previously, Felecia held roles at Campaign for Black Male Achievement, GMHC and National Black Leadership Commission on Health as Vice President of Development, where she was responsible for fundraising, events, and communications.

She has worked across diverse policy areas, including arts and culture, HIV/AIDS, workforce, and youth development. Prior to the nonprofit sector, Felecia was a Senior Director of Development at Ralph Lauren Corporation in philanthropy, cause-marketing, and employee engagement, where she broadened and implemented diversity and inclusion policies and community relations.

As a passionate community advocate, she is an alum of Coro Leadership New York, Board Member for the Fund for Public Housing, and served as a board member for Materials for the Arts, a Division of NYC Dept. of Cultural Affairs and founding board member Girls Inc. of Westchester County.

Kim Mitchell

Kim Mitchell is the Vice President of Program Strategy at NPower. She is responsible for supporting the CEO and other members of the executive team to drive strategy for NPower programs. This includes driving program and curriculum innovation, manage growth and expansion and refine regional strategic plans as it related to program delivery. She joined NPower in 2018.

Kim is a seasoned professional with decades of leadership experience in Philanthropy, Human Resources, Consulting and Diversity & Inclusion while at JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Xerox Corporation. 

As the former Northeast Region Executive for JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Kim led philanthropic, civic and employee engagement activities and managed a social investment portfolio of over $40 million in grants and strategic sponsorships. Given this unique blend of experience, Kim is recognized for her expertise and proven record in leading high-profile projects, building and leading high performing teams and advising senior business and community leaders on integrating organizational assets to achieve business and community outcomes.  

Her work in corporate diversity has been a valuable asset in service to the nonprofit sector. As funder and thought partner, Kim has worked with organizations fighting housing, education and economic inequity to help identify solutions at the organizational, policy and systems level.

Bertina Ceccarelli

Bertina Ceccarelli is the Chief Executive Officer of NPower, a national tech training organization, rooted in community, and on a mission to advance equity in the tech industry. She joined NPower in 2016 with a passion to disrupt the status quo and build a more inclusive workplace. Under her visionary leadership, NPower has grown from $6 million to a $23 million organization, doubling their staff and expanding their proven program to three new cities. 

Bertina’s commitment to helping young adults and military-connected individuals launch tech careers and break social and economic mobility barriers has led to her involvement in strategic alliance organizations including Founding member TechPact; member, CEO Action; steering committee member, American’s Promise YES Project; as well as membership on Forbes Council and Concordia communities.  She was named as one of the Tech Industry’s Brightest Superstars by the US Black Engineer & IT magazine.

An engineer by training, Bertina has worked as a technology leader at Procter & Gamble and NBC before pivoting to the nonprofit sector. Growing up in a working-class family and the first to graduate from high school, she was drawn to a community that once supported her own educational endeavors. After a successful career in the corporate sector, Bertina chose to transition her skills to the nonprofit sector.  Bertina held senior leadership roles at United Way of New York City and the Wildlife Conservation Society where she was responsible for generating over $85 million annually in programmatic and unrestricted funds.   She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research and received an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is an engaged storyteller, who leads with heart, committed to moving the mission of NPower to new heights.