Matt Urban, CEO and co-founder of Möbius New Media, in downtown Wilmington, has extensive experience in diverse multi-media marketing, web experience and business management.

Matt Urban

Board President

Matt Urban, CEO and co-founder of Möbius New Media, in downtown Wilmington, has extensive experience in diverse multi-media marketing, web experience and business management. Matt and his team successfully apply their deep knowledge of traditional and online marketing, search engine optimization/marketing to deliver local, regional, and national marketing and advertising campaigns for online and brick-and-mortar businesses. He leads talented technical and design teams with a proven track record of delivering complex and sophisticated web applications. Matt has deep, media production expertise in video production, photography, graphic design, audio production and animation. Matt is a recognized volunteer leader with The Sierra Club, supporting leadership development and organizational effectiveness. Matt earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Delaware and is a lifelong Delaware resident.


Paul L. Miller is Managing Director of the Private Client Group at Longview Capital Management, LLC and serves on the risk management and investment selection committees for the Longview Global portfolios.

Paul Miller

Board Vice-President

Paul L. Miller is Managing Director of the Private Client Group at Longview Capital Management, LLC and serves on the risk management and investment selection committees for the Longview Global portfolios. Paul grew up in Wilmington, Delaware and graduated from the University of Delaware with degrees in both Finance and Marketing. Paul worked on Wall Street to begin his career in finance. He now lives in Wilmington with his wife and two children and is active in several organizations, including Grace Church where he sits on the Staff Parish Relations Committee and is Coordinator for Volunteers In Mission. Paul also serves on the Loan Review Committee at West End Neighborhood House, is a 2011 graduate of Leadership Delaware, and is a member of the Wilmington Rotary Club.


Roxanne Sykes is a thoughtful and dedicated business professional with over 25 years experience in corporate purchasing and office management.

Roxanne Sykes

Board Treasurer

Roxanne Sykes is a thoughtful and dedicated business professional with over 25 years experience in corporate purchasing and office management. Roxanne has been with the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) as a Buyer in the Finance Division for 23 years, where she is responsible for negotiating contracts and purchasing all IT equipment and services for the entire company. During her tenure with NBME, Roxanne has received numerous certifications and recognition awards for her outstanding service to the supply chain industry. Roxanne is also committed to improving communities through volunteer service, in her home state of Delaware and in Pennsylvania. She has been an active member of the Senior Usher Board of Trustees for the First African Baptist Church in Sharon Hill, PA for over 30 years and served as Assistant Treasurer on the Board of the FABC Credit Union for eight years.


Iris Mireya Leon is a dynamic and collaborative nonprofit professional with a proven track record in development, fundraising, grantmaking, and relationship management.

Iris Mireya Leon

Board Secretary

Iris Mireya Leon is a dynamic and collaborative nonprofit professional with a proven track record in development, fundraising, grantmaking, and relationship management. She currently serves as the Manager of Development Operations for the Vice Provost for University Life at the University of Pennsylvania. In that role, Iris strategizes to identify priorities and grow revenue for a complex network of programs that enhance student life at Penn. Previously, Iris was with the National Philanthropic Trust, where she managed grantmaking for several entities and oversaw organizational development ventures such as strategic planning and board governance. Iris also has extensive experience in fundraising for nonprofits, including a 51% increase in contributed income over two years under her leadership as Development Manager for Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale. Iris is also a member of the Alumni Council of Penn's School of Social Policy and Practice, on the steering committee of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, Philadelphia chapter, and author with the Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal. Iris Leon holds a B.A. in Art History from Temple University and a M.S. in Nonprofit Leadership from the School of Social Policy and Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude.


A native Delawarean, Rebecca Girten is a marketing/communications professional with a background in education, mathematics, and science.

Rebecca Girten

Board Member

A native Delawarean, Rebecca Girten is a marketing/communications professional with a background in education, mathematics, and science. In addition to full time work in communications with the ACLU of Delaware, Rebecca supports initiatives to help children and advance the Delaware community. She has served as Secretary of Gateway Lab School’s Board of Directors, including leadership positions as chair of the Marketing and Communications Committee and vice chair of the 2013 Gateway to the Stars Gala planning committee, and continues as leader of Gateway’s board recruiting initiative and a member of the Marketing and Communications Committee. Miss Girten has also served as a social media strategist with Together We Rise in Chino, CA, consulted on communications strategy for Duffy’s Hope in Wilmington, and worked in development and communications for Serviam Girls Academy in New Castle. Rebecca holds a B.S. in Physics and Mathematics from Sweet Briar College, is an alumna of the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers AmeriCorps program, and is a member of the Junior League of Wilmington. Her interests include women’s education, providing resources for at-risk children, ending the school-to-prison pipeline, STEM and cultural arts school programs, emerging technology, and youth-driven philanthropy.