In 2016, when he was elected to the SsAM Vestry, Steven Jones wrote the words below to introduce himself to the congregation. Since then he has served as Senior Warden and, when this photo was taken in January, 2020, he served on the Finance Committee. He has also been blogging on this website about encouraging institutions to use locally-grown food.
“Initially my wife and I attended Sts. Andrew and Matthew beginning in 1996. Both our sons were baptized at SsAM by Canon Casson. For awhile we moved from Delaware to the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and attended Shrewsbury Parish Church in Kennedyville, Maryland.
“To me what makes SsAM special is its position, initiatives, and diversity. This is a faith-driven institution taking action to address community challenges which are also national in scope. I believe SsAM is an important source of the Good News in Wilmington which must be strengthened.
“Professionally, I am the Founder and Director of an analytical consultancy specializing in regional economic impact assessments for non-profits. I have worked in a range of fields from the financial industry, to land preservation, to education.
“I have a BA from Hampshire College and a MS from the University of Delaware. Born in Brooklyn, New York, I served on Trinity Church’s Resources Committee and volunteered at St. Paul’s (Chapel) Shelter. I was past director of Project City Kids (New York), served on the Eastern Shore Land Conservancy board (Maryland), and currently serve as an advisor to the Working Harbor Committee (New York).”