One's path is full of possibilities. Our mission is to give teens and young adults a head start by helping them to take proactive steps to reveal & reach their full potential. Together, we explore & embrace inner strength; build essential life & job readiness skills and create goals with a personal plan to achieve them. My Path Ahead provides tools, resources, and services to engage participants through experiential learning and mentorship. Our hope is to inspire a path ahead of purpose, fulfillment, and well-being.
My Path Ahead
"Success is individually defined, I believe we all have the talent within us to succeed. My hope with My Path Ahead is to inspire belief in oneself and respect for others."
Kathie Iannuzzi is the Executive Director of My Path Ahead, founding the program in June of 2017 under the fiscal sponsorship of Resource for Human Development.
Prior to starting My Path Ahead, Kathie had a successful career in the media industry starting as a writer/producer in broadcast television then moving to cable in electronic retailing holding a variety of leadership roles in television production, sales, talent management, ecommerce and social at QVC. After years of building consumer confidence in products, brands, personalities, and programs, Kathie is now dedicated to building confidence in teens and young adults helping them to realize their potential and find their path ahead.
Kathie graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. degree in Communications with a minor in business. She holds a Certificate in NonProfit Management from The NonProfit Center at La Salle University’s School of Business and a Certificate in Transformational Coaching from the Health Coach Institute.
Kathie and her husband John of 26 years have 3 children and two dogs. Their family resides in Glen Mills, Delaware County, PA.
"Being a first-generation college graduate, I value my formal education, but I am most grateful for the mentors along the way who propelled My Path Ahead."
Doug Briggs is the former president and CEO of cable television network QVC, Inc., a position he held from 1995 until his retirement in 2006. Under his leadership, QVC’s revenue grew from $1.5 billion in 1994 to $7.0 billion in 2006. Briggs was with QVC from the beginning (1986) and previously served as president and executive vice president of electronic retailing, executive vice president of programming and merchandising, and senior vice president for marketing planning. Prior to joining QVC, Briggs was with The Franklin Mint for 16 years. He served as vice president of marketing after executive positions in London and Brussels. Briggs was honored with the Humanitarian Award from the Strang-Cornell Breast Center as well as the Fashion Footwear Association of New York (FFANY) Humanitarian Award for his advocacy and fundraising (now totaling over 53 million dollars) for breast cancer research. He served as honorary chair of Cable Positive, the cable industry’s AIDS action organization. He presently serves on the Board of Trustees of The Wistar Institute, an international leader in biomedical research. Briggs earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Drexel University in 1970 and later was inducted into the Drexel 100, an honorary society compromised of the University’s most noted and accomplished alumni. In 2008, he established the Briggs Family Boost Award for an incoming undergraduate student in the LeBow College of Business at Drexel University as well as two other universities.