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Community Progress Council welcomes Chief Human Resource Officer, Linda Spoon


Community Progress Council is pleased to welcome Linda Spoon as Chief Human Resource Officer. In her role, Linda will provide leadership to advance key strategic priorities for the organization around culture, and staff engagement and development.

“Linda is dedicated to creating systems to simplify processes, providing top-notch customer service to team members, and ensuring that everyone has the knowledge and skills needed to do their jobs well,” said Robin Rohrbaugh, President/CEO, Community Progress Council. “I am confident she can elevate our human resources activities to achieve our strategic priorities and strengthen our team and organization.”

Linda brings over 30 years of experience in human resources and compliance, having worked extensively in the financial services and healthcare industries. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education at Penn State Harrisburg and went on to earn a Master of Education in Training and Development, also from Penn State Harrisburg. She is certified in Human Resources and in Compliance.

In her free time, Linda supports the Northern York High School girls’ varsity volleyball team as their scorekeeper each Fall, and can often be found hiking or kayaking at Gifford Pinchot State Park.


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About Community Progress Council

Founded in 1965, Community Progress Council is York County’s nonprofit community action agency, whose mission is to empower individuals and families to move toward self-sufficiency and advocate for change to promote community growth. CPC provides comprehensive, integrated services for low- and moderate-income people of all ages, with programs that include early childhood education through Head Start, Early Head Start and Pre-K Counts; housing, financial and employment counseling; nutrition support and education via Women, Infants and Children (WIC); York City Community of Hope; and the agency’s Self-Sufficiency Program that helps residents of York County reach financial stability. Learn more at www.YorkCPC.org.