About Partners For Quality

PFQ Senior Staff

Margaret Rothenberger

President & CEO

Margaret "Maggie" Rothenberger has more than 20 years' experience in the human services field. Before joining Partners For Quality in October 2019, she served for three years as Director of Residential Services for KenCrest, a nonprofit provider headquartered in Blue Bell, PA (Philadelphia area). Throughout her tenure, Rothenberger has implemented new programs which have become statewide models for home-based, supported living and Lifesharing residential services. 
Rothenberger is an alumnus of Penn State University and has a very close family. Members of Rothenberger’s family have ties to Western Pennsylvania: one of her nephews attends the University of Pittsburgh and her niece attends Slippery Rock University.

Bobbi Reidenbach

Chief Operating Officer

As COO, Bobbi provides executive oversight to Exceptional Adventures, the PFQ Foundation, and Citizen Care maintenance department. In 1997, Bobbi began her career at Citizen Care Inc. as Purchasing Accountant. In 2002, Bobbi took the role of Information Systems Manager at Allegheny Children’s Initiative. She was promoted to Assistant Executive Director in 2011 and then to Executive Director in August 2012. Bobbi assisted the organization with successful accreditation through the Council of Accreditation (COA) in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. Bobbi holds a BS in Business Administration from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and a MS in Nonprofit Management from Robert Morris University.

Anthony Drane

Chief Program Officer

Anthony “Tony” Drane joined Partners for Quality in September 2017. Tony has more than twenty-five years of experience in the human services field, most of it spent with Familylinks, Inc. where he served more than eight years as their Chief Operating Officer, responsible for all program services as well as I.T., Facilities, and Program Quality Improvement. He is the proud father of a son and daughter and resides in Collier Township

Tony graduated from The University of Pittsburgh in 1990 with a Bachelors of Arts, and again in 2003 when he earned his Master of Social Work degree, focusing on Social Administration and Community Organization. Tony is a Licensed Social Worker in Pennsylvania. He serves as the agency’s Chief Program Officer and has oversight of Partners For Quality subsidiaries that provide direct support (Allegheny Children's Initiative, Citizen Care and Milestone Centers), along with supervision of all quality and compliance procedures. 

Dan Skreptach

Chief Financial Officer

Dan was named Chief Financial Officer in October 1991. Mr. Skreptach received his BS in Accounting from Robert Morris University and became a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) in 1990. He has 34 years of experience in the non-profit field. Dan has three grown daughters and resides in Robinson Township.

Cindy King

Chief Human Resources Officer

Cindy has been employed by PFQ/CCI since April 1981 subsequent to graduating from Slippery Rock University. She started her employment as a direct service staff and was promoted to various positions with increasing responsibility. Cindy was the Executive Director of Community Living for over 14 years and was responsible for the development, implementation, management and monitoring of the services and support system for 200 people living in the residential component of the agency.

Along with the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Fiscal Officer, Cindy initiated and coordinated the closing of Robinson Developmental Center, a congregate living facility that resulted in the movement of over 120 people into smaller homes in the community; expanding the agency’s Community Homes program.

Cindy has continually played a significant role in maintaining accreditation at Citizen Care, Inc. by The Council on Quality and Leadership, an International Accrediting Body. Cindy serves PFQ Inc. as the Chief Human Resources Officer and as a member of the Executive Management Team.

The Partners For Qulity Management Team provides support to all PFQ subsidiary agencies.