Fisherman’s Mark is a celebration of neighbors coming together to support neighbors. We are what community looks like!

Our Mission:

The mission of Fisherman’s Mark is to strengthen our community. With responsive programs and services that promote stability, health, and education, Fisherman’s Mark is an advocate for positive change in the lives of our neighbors and their families.

Who We serve:

Our comprehensive programs respond to the needs of vulnerable populations in our area: seniors, individuals living with disabilities, the local immigrant population, low-income families, the unemployed and underemployed.

What we do:

Fisherman’s Mark has been a part of the community for over 40 years. We provide services that meet basic needs, such as food and affordable childcare. More, our comprehensive programs break the cycle of crisis and promote self-sufficiency and wellness. We respond to the needs of vulnerable populations in our area, assisting with any crisis that presents: homelessness, domestic violence, job-loss, insurance issues, financial or medical emergencies, substance abuse, and mental health issues. A partner to individuals and families, we truly are “help when help is needed”.

Our Team:

Jennifer Williford, Executive Director

Jennifer Williford

Executive Director

Lisa Milisivana

Lambertville Academy Director

Yvonne Taylor

Yvonne Taylor

Office Assistant
Part Time

Pablo Londono

Bilingual Admin Coordinator - Part Time

David Weiner-Gohil

Office Manager - Part Time

Chayln Fisher-Watson

Social Services Manager

Ricardo Zapata

Director of Operations

Janice Cassamatis

Office Assistant - Part Time

2021 Year in Review:

2021 proved the resolve, capacity and ingenuity of Fisherman’s Mark. We were helping clients navigate the distress caused by the pandemic when the floodwaters from Hurricane Ida further devastated our area. 2021 demonstrated the power of community in crisis. We pulled together to tackle hard tasks and are moving ever forward. To view the 2021 Year in Review, click here.

Board of Trustees

Jacqueline Griffith, Board President
Karen Aversano | Nigel Brown | Jose Falconi | William Hargreaves | Sarah Henriques | Sue Johnson | Daniel Meara | Richard Mongelli | Jonathan E. Otto | Suzanne Perrault | Kathy Schroeher | Darla Sweet | Sarah Trillin | Thomas O. White | Renny Reynolds, Trustee Emeritus | Maurice U. Tome, Trustee Emeritus

Non-discrimination statement:

Fisherman’s Mark is committed to an anti-discrimination policy in all of its programs and services. Fisherman’s Mark is consciously and proactively inclusive of all areas of diversity including, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, color, national origin, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, socioeconomic status, marital status, language, disability, or immigration status.