Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Meet our dedicated Board of Directors:

Vincenza PortzlineVice PresidentClick here for bio...


Vincenza Portzline

Position: Vice President

Vincenza Portzline has served on the Board of the CILCP since 2012. As Board President, Vincenza actively works with the CEO, board, staff and community to further CILCP’s mission. She presides over Board and Executive Committee meetings and executes all contracts, deeds and other instruments authorized by the board. Vincenza is an active member of her community, as she is involved in the PA Transportation Alliance, Disability Budget Coalition, Disability Voting Coalition, and PA Long-Term Care Council. In her free time, Vincenza enjoys cooking, gardening, reading and playing Scrabble. She also enjoys spending time with her husband and three- year- old rescue dog. What is her favorite thing about working with CILCP? Knowing that CILCP is a place where people with disabilities are valued, welcomed, empowered to live a life they choose and enabled to live well.

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David GatesBoard MemberClick here for bio...


David Gates

Position: Board Member

David Gates has served on the Board of the CILCP since 2016. In addition to being a CILCP Board member, David is an Attorney with the PA Health Law Project. Davis is also a Board Member for the PA Technology Foundation, Member of the Bureau of Autism and on the Services Advisories Board. What is his favorite thing about working with CILCP? Working with a local organization run by people with disabilities.

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Ann K. Keiper-SmithBoard TreasurerClick here for bio...


Ann K. Keiper-Smith

Position: Board Treasurer

Ann K. Keiper-Smith has served on the Board of the CILCP since 2005. As the Board Treasurer, Ann creates accurate and timely financial reports. She also works with the CEO to ensure the financial stability of the CILCP. Ann is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. In her free time, Ann enjoys genealogy and dollhouse miniatures. What is her favorite thing about working with CILCP? The energy around activism and support for anyone with a disability.

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Michael BurnsBoard SecretaryClick here for bio...


Michael Burns

Position: Board Secretary

Since 2003, Michael has served Central Pennsylvania as a pastor, college lacrosse coach, Drug & Alcohol Counselor and Safe Crisis Management trainer while mentoring and training adults who work with youth. He currently serves Perry County as Executive Director of Join Hands Ministry, a help organization. He is originally from the eastern shore of Maryland.  His wife Lauri Burns whose maiden name was Lauri Long grew up in Millerstown, Perry County.  Michael and Lauri have two children, Addison and Thaddeus. Michael graduated from Whittier College in Whittier, California with a B.A. in Psychology and Child Development.  He too holds a Masters in Theology from Liberty Theological Seminary in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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Lynn DorundoBoard PresidentClick here for bio...


Lynn Dorundo

Position: Board President

Bio coming soon!

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David Reager, Esq.Board Member EmeritusClick here for bio...


David Reager, Esq.

Position: Board Member Emeritus

David Reager has served on the Board of the CILCP since 1992. As a member of the CILCP Board, David assists with matters relating to organizational structure and activities. In addition to being a CILCP Board member, David is an Attorney and Counselor at Law with Reager & Adler, PC, and owner of various business interests in care management and real estate development. In his free time, David enjoys reading, gardening and painting. What is his favorite thing about working with CILCP? Its mission and the commitment of its staff and volunteers.

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Cathy Eichelberger LongBoard MemberClick here for bio...


Cathy Eichelberger Long

Position: Board Member

Cathy was born December 23rd although parents planned for the birth to occur in late March. Due to early arrival and the need to gain weight and receive oxygen support to continue to breathe, Cathy grew up totally blind. She said that probably was the only time she was ever under-weight! Educated at Overbrook School for the Blind, Philadelphia, PA. Graduated from Overbrook in 1972. Went to business school in Pittsburgh PA and then worked as a clerical worker in the Medical transcription pool at Holy Spirit Hospital for four years and then for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for thirty-five years. Cathy lives independently in her home as a widow with two young male cats—Smokey and Bandit. She has been a strong advocate for most of her life. If you do not want to know what she thinks, do not ask her.

Vince PetrozielloBoard MemberClick here for bio...


Vince Petroziello

Position: Board Member

I have been married for nearly 25 years and have a daughter starting college in the fall of 2020.  I hold 2 college degrees, a bachelor’s degree in Accounting (Wilkes University) and an MBA (Shippensburg), and I am currently employed at Rite Aid Corporate Headquarters as the Director of Pharmacy Forecasting & Analytics.  I have held various levels of increased responsibility over my 18-year career at Rite Aid.  When I am not working or volunteering, I love spending time with my family traveling, golfing, family game/movie nights, and gaming.

I am also very involved in my community.  I have been a member of the Knights of Columbus for nearly 15 years and currently serve as the Financial Secretary.  Always involved in Parish activities, I have helped with egg making and fish dinners.  I help cook at the Chicken BBQs and serve at spaghetti dinners.  For the past two years, I have been part of the Parish picnic planning committee and volunteered at it, as well.  I was also a Board of Directors member on the East Pennsboro Education Foundation (2017-2019).

I wanted to serve on the Board of Directors at the CILCP because I have 3 close family members with disabilities.  My nephew has autism and at 14 years old, I know my sister would love to hear him say “mommy” just once.  I also have two sisters-in-law with ataxia and who use wheelchairs.  I’ve seen firsthand the challenges people with disabilities can have and am excited about the opportunity to serve on the Board of the CILCP.

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