FOCA appoints new Communications Director


In a letter dated April 30, 2014, addressed to the Executive Board, Board of Trustees and Committee Directors and Members of the Fellowship of Orthodox Christians in America [FOCA], Becky Tesar, FOCA President, announced that Angelika Delimaris of Somers Point, NJ has accepted the position of FOCA Communications Director.

The text of the letter reads as follows.

“Christ is Risen! Indeed He is Risen! Please join me in congratulating Angelika Delimaris who accepted the position of FOCA Communications Director. Angel is well qualified for this position bringing experience from various business roles including Area Sales Manager, Key Accounts Manager/Social Media Manager and Marketing Consultant. She holds a B.S. in Finance from Rutgers State University as well as an MBA from the University of Deleware.

“Angel is an active member of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, and resides in Somers Point, New Jersey.

“As Communications Director for the FOCA, Angel will be responsible for executing the FOCA’s communication plans as well as implementing our social media strategy with the goal of developing awareness, increasing engagement, generating website traffic and encouraging donations. She will also produce collateral materials including website content, press releases, articles and newsletters; collect and maintain event updates, articles and other content for posting on the FOCA website; develop and maintain media contacts and develop and maintain a membership database.

“Please be sure to route any website informational postings or updates through Angel. Her contact information is: , Cell 609-599-2696.

“Congratulations Angel, and welcome to the FOCA!”

Established in 1927 as the Federated Russian Orthodox Clubs to unite Orthodox Christians in faith, fellowship and service, the FOCA petitioned the Holy Synod of Bishops of the Orthodox Church in America to be officially recognized by the OCA. At its 1998 national convention, the organization adopted its present name. It maintains chapters in dozens of parishes across the country.