Donald E. Price, PhD has provided strategic leadership to nonprofits for over twenty years, primarily serving urban communities in Latin America and the United States. Prior to joining APM, Price served as the Director of Chester County Community Dental Center. Community Dental tripled its patient visits in the first three years of his tenure won the GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award for nonprofit excellence in his fourth year there.
Price led APM’s Health Services department for three years after coming to APM and was responsible for writing the proposal that led to CBH approval for APM to open a third, model, clinic. As VP of Education, Training, and Supportive Housing, Dr. Price was responsible for Early Childhood Education, Workforce Development, and Homeless programs, in addition to spearheading APM’s project to start a Charter School. Dr. Price then returned to running APM’s Health and Homeless Services in July of 2020.
Dr. Price also lived in Brazil for twenty years, where he taught the social sciences at both the Bachelor’s and Graduate levels, built his department and the school’s graduate program; and assisted with recovery in Angola and Mozambique during and following those countries’ civil wars. Further, he helped found a Brazilian NGO that started a series of orphanages in Indonesia and aided in tsunami relief and recovery in Banda Aceh, in addition to helping East Timor rebuild itself as a nation when it won its independence from Indonesia.
Throughout his career, Dr. Price has emphasized serving the whole person, not just one part, as well as developing organizational systems that communicate well with their environments. In this he echoes APM’s emphasis on providing a wide array of services that meet its clients ‘needs. This way, both the client and the organization grow.
Dr. Price holds a Master and a Doctor of Theology in Missiology from the University of South Africa, as well as a Master of Arts in Christian Education and a Master of Divinity from Trinity International University. He is also an ordained teaching elder in the PC (USA).
Don is married to Sandra Morales-Price. Together they have five children, two Puerto-Ricans and three Brazilian-Americans.