William Hoke, MS
Bill was initially drawn to assisting individuals diagnosed with developmental disabilities. After completing his undergraduate degree, he achieved his Master’s degree in Special Education from Marywood College. Bill soon became interested in developing his skills in the behavioral health field as well. He started working at New Vitae in October of 1993 as the Director of the New Vitae Wellness and Recovery Center. He remained in that role for 17 years, when he accepted the position of Vice President for Development in January of 2011. In his current role, Bill is responsible for leadership activities associated with developing new sources of revenue and managing the day-to-day operation of the nonprofit New Vitae Wellness Foundation. Bill resides in Northampton, PA along with his wife and 2 children. He enjoys minor league baseball and follows a variety of teams throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. He also routinely visits the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York and collects baseball memorabilia. Bill has also served as a high school basketball official since 1990. He enjoys the opportunity to assist individuals with behavioral health challenges make progress toward their recovery goals.
“Living in Baltimore some distance away from Quakertown, it is comforting to know our daughter is receiving the special care she needs at The Quakertown House.”- Coni L. (family member)