Wonderspring welcomes two new Board members


Narberth PA—Wonderspring Early Education, a nonprofit provider of high-quality, safe, convenient, and affordable early childhood education throughout Greater Philadelphia, is pleased to welcome Jennifer Ghazzouli and Daniela Keller to its Board of Directors.

Jen has over 20 years of experience in Human Resources working in a variety of industries including financial services, retail, and healthcare. She currently serves as the Vice President/Managing Director of Talent Acquisition for OneMain Financial, the nation’s largest personal installment loan provider. She is responsible for leading and developing OneMain’s talent acquisition strategies and delivering programs including talent attraction, selection, talent pipelines as well as supporting strategic initiatives to drive organizational growth. Prior to joining OneMain Financial, Jen led Global Talent Acquisition for QVC, Inc.  Jen holds a Master of Science in Human Resource Development from Villanova University as well as a Bachelors of Arts in Chemistry/Biochemistry from LaSalle University.  She is a member of the Society of Human Resources Management and holds a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification.  

Daniela has over 20 years of experience working in Human Resources partnering with leadership to achieve organizational vision, attract key talent, foster an innovative and collaborative culture. As an influential change agent, she seeks opportunities for continuous improvement while driving inclusion and employee experience. She is currently a Senior People Operations Partner at La Colombe Coffee Roasters. Previously, she served as Wawa’s first People Team Business Partner and spent 10 years as a Sr HR Business Partner at QVC. Daniela holds a Master of Science in Human Resources from Weider University and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Temple University. As a working mother, Daniela says she understands the importance of high-quality childcare and is looking forward to supporting Wonderspring in its efforts to help children and families thrive.

Wonderspring operates in ten locations throughout the Philadelphia region. In addition to its early education centers, Wonderspring offers school-age programs to ensure children receive educational experiences and care before and after the school day. The organization’s summer camp for children entering Kindergarten through 6th grade offers weekly themed sessions that provide opportunities for fun, exploration and learning throughout the summer. For more information, visit wonderspring.org.