New Concepts for Living (NCFL) announces new controller Gus Loukas has joined our non-profit organization. Loukas, who officially joined NCFL on June 15th, has more than 25 years of experience in Finance. His former financial roles include positions in various industries and firms such as Polytype America Corp., Ozonia North America, TVR Communications and most recently Aqua Products. In this current role, Loukas will be responsible for planning, implementing, and managing all financial related activities for NCFL.
Loukas, a graduate of Farleigh Dickinson University and Pace University School of Law, declared, “I am excited to utilize my experience and background in the non-profit arena and to contribute to NCFL’s mission of enhancing the lives of developmentally disabled adults. This is certainly an exciting new chapter for me.”
“As our organization continues to grow and flourish, while the industry itself changes, we knew we needed someone with extensive experience and a proven track record. We are excited to welcome Gus to the team,” states NCFL’s CEO, Steve Setteducati.
New Concepts for Living operates an Adult Achievement Center (day program) and Community Residences (group homes) throughout Bergen and Passaic Counties. The organization serves over 100 individuals with developmental disabilities and employs nearly two hundred staff.
About NCFL: New Concepts for Living is committed to caring for and enriching the lives of adults challenged with developmental disabilities. NCFL provides a safe and nurturing environment where extraordinary individuals can attain their highest level of independence. Founded in 1981 by a small group of parents with limited options for the care of their adult children, NCFL has grown to become a premier provider of programs and services in New Jersey, including: Adult Achievement Center Day Program, Community Residences, Behavioral Services, Nursing, Community Inclusion, and Transportation.