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Meet the leaders of Water Street Mission.
Jack Crowley was named President of Water Street Mission in December 2014, bringing over 20 years of experience with the mission. He previously served as Executive Director of Teen Haven, a part of the Senior Leadership Team since 2004, and served as Interim President prior to being appointed. Jack has a love for urban communities, youth, and our neighbors experiencing homelessness.
Serving at Water Street allows Jack to fulfill his passion for equipping and motivating others to work collaboratively for the glory of God and the healing and wholeness of our cities. Through his work, he focuses on developing models for maximizing partnerships with local churches and community service organizations.
Jack earned a B.A. degree in Government and Psychology from Franklin and Marshall College. Jack enjoys golfing and playing the guitar. He serves on the Leadership Team of his church, is a worship ministry leader, and serves on the board of Community Basics, Inc. a local developer of affordable housing. Jack and his wife, Tanya, and four daughters reside in the city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Colleen Adams has been a part of this team at Water Street Mission since July of 2011. She served as Executive Director of Water Street Health Services before her current role of VP of Programs. Prior to joining Water Street, she was a Principal at Strategic Community Care Solutions (2009-2011), and Executive Vice President at OPEN MINDS (2004-2009). She is still serving, making it more than seventeen years, as an adjunct professor at Eastern University (1998-Present).
Colleen attended Messiah College for her BSW in Social work, Temple University for her MSW in Social Work, and finally Eastern University for her MBA in Business Administration.
Greg Kessler, LPC, MAPC, CCS, CAADC, joined Water Street Mission’s team as Executive Director of Health Services in September, 2015. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as certified as a Clinical Supervisor and Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor through the state of Pennsylvania. He graduated from Messiah College with a degree in Sociology and from Moravian Theological Seminary in 2005 with a Master’s degree in Pastoral Counseling.
Professionally, Greg is a specialist in Addiction treatment and Motivational Interviewing. For over 19 years he served in several areas at Caron Treatment Centers, specializing in men’s treatment issues for chemical addiction as a counselor and supervisor. In January of 2013, Greg became the Director of Education and Training for Caron’s PA campus. Greg speaks regularly throughout the region at seminaries, churches, businesses, and institutions conducting education seminars on addiction.
Greg is active in his local church and when spare time avails itself, he enjoys being with his family, reading, bicycling or oil painting outdoors. Raised outside of Philadelphia, Greg and his wife Jenifer now reside in Lancaster County, PA, raising their three sons, Austin, Caleb, and Josh.
Jon longs to see fund raisers, donors, and all the systems associated with stewardship increasingly reflect the lavish generosity of Our Father. This calling began while working with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He helped launch the National Advancement Officer program that resulted in 2 successful capital campaigns, the second of which went 40% over goal. Over the course of 14 years of helping InterVarsity improve and expand fund raising systems, he was involved in strategic planning, prospect research and prioritization, case development, feasibility studies, major donor engagement, foundation engagement, special events, midlevel donor engagement, coaching leaders in major donor engagement, training staff in personal support raising and developing theological foundations for fund raising.
When not involved in fund development, Jon enjoys time in nature, playing golf or tennis, eating or just having a good conversation. He also treasures time with his wife and two children.
Marjorie M. Wilcox, CFA, joined the team at Water Street Mission in December 2016. She came to Water Street with 18 years of experience in financial and operational investment management, partnering and alliance building on a domestic and global level as a principal at Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM).
Marj earned her degree from Gordon College with a BA in Economics and Business, concentrating in Finance. Upon graduation, she began her career with Miller, Anderson, Sherrerd (MAS) as an equity trader. Through acquisition, she engaged in various roles at MSIM. Marj completed her career with Morgan Stanley Investment Management as Director, Global Equity Trading, leading all equity trading desks around the world for the investment arm. Marj has also served as a strategic consultant and volunteer in various for profit and non-profit organizations.
Marj’s desire is to create teams and systems that provide predictable and consistent administrative structure. Administration and Operational excellence is critical to support the staff, so the staff can in turn minister in the name of Jesus, to the needs of those who come to Water Street.
Marj’s joys in life include spending time with her husband of 35 years and their three children. They enjoy experiencing other cultures through travel.
Dan Siewert joined the team at Water Street Mission in December, 2017, to lead Community Ministries, which includes Teen Haven, Wonder Club Early Learning Center, Outreach Center and Warehouse (food intake and distribution to our neighbors in need), as well as to develop and implement new vision for community development.
Dan and his wife Alison grew up in the Los Angeles, CA area, but moved east in 1993 and are no strangers to Lancaster. They have served on both coasts and Canada, and have two sons. Dan’s experience includes non-profit leadership and major donor development, for-profit and not-for-profit start-ups, church planting and college campus ministry.
Dan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Occidental College and a Master of Arts, Missional Theology from Biblical Seminary. Dan enjoys gardening, reading, teaching the Bible, coaching, spicy food and a great cup of coffee.
We are a group of local business owners, entrepreneurs, social activists, and doctors volunteering our time toward the vision and mission of Water Street.
Together we volunteer our time and talent to ensure that people experiencing homelessness, and poverty, have access to quality medical care.