Brandywine marketing director appointed to Domestic Abuse Project board

Bill Tyson, Penn State Brandywine’s director of marketing and communications, has been appointed to the board of directors of the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County (DAP).  The organization provides counseling, housing, legal services and education programs to victims of domestic violence.  DAP’s programs supported nearly 3,400 victims of abuse during the past year.

“It’s an honor to be part of an organization that provides such critical services to the residents of Delaware County,” Tyson said. “The staff and volunteers of the Domestic Abuse Project work tirelessly to prevent domestic violence and empower victims to move toward self-sufficiency.”

Tyson also serves as chairman of the Rocky Run YMCA board of advisers, president of the Delaware County Press Club and president of the Middletown Township Business and Professional Association.  He is also a member of the Delaware County Workforce Development Board and serves on the shelter services and affordable housing boards for the Community Action Agency of Delaware County.

Tyson previously served on Media Borough Council and the Rose Tree Media School Board. He is past president of the Delaware County SPCA and the Media Fire Company.

Tyson joined Penn State Brandywine as director of marketing and communications in 2013.  He had previously served the campus as an adjunct instructor in communications.