Meet our Senior Leadership Team and our dedicated Board of Directors.
Since 1939, we’ve been building independence, improving quality of life and providing work opportunities for individuals with disabilities and other barriers.
At Goodwill Columbus, we’re proud to be the sixth largest nonprofit organization in central Ohio and among the top 50 employers. Each year, we provide 1.2 million hours of training, job placement programs and work programs for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Our diverse, mission-driven programming ranges from specialized rehabilitation programs to career services and commercial operations – all designed so individuals with disabilities and other barriers can be embraced as valued and dignified members of our community.
Goodwill Columbus is a member of Goodwill Industries International, an association of 181 independent member organizations throughout the United States and Canada. For more information on Goodwill Industries International, visit www.goodwill.org.
Our Mission & Vision
Transforming the lives of individuals with disabilities and other barriers through pathways to independence and the power of work.
All individuals with disabilities and other barriers are embraced as valued and dignified members of our community.
We’re committed to advocating for policies and issues that are critical to our mission. Our public policy agenda is guided by a committed group of Goodwill employees. This Goodwill Columbus Advocacy Committee meets to discuss, research and track policy news and developments that matter to Goodwill participants.