Work Opportunities Unlimited Promotes Elena Stroeble to Regional Director

Expansion of leadership team driven by growth in Boston-area market


DOVER, N.H., September 20, 2018—Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU), a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment, is thrilled to announce that Elena Stroeble, former director of WOU’s Boston market, has been promoted to Regional Director of the Boston and North Shore offices.


The organization’s Boston market has experienced exponential growth over the past several years, prompting WOU to open a second office in Beverly to service its North Shore clients. In her new role, Stroeble will be responsible for ensuring both offices continue to provide clients with service that meets or exceeds WOU’s high standards when helping them find meaningful employment.


“I am honored to be chosen to lead the Boston and North Shore markets,” commented Stroeble. “I have so enjoyed working for a company whose mission closely aligns with my personal goal of helping others succeed. I am privileged to have a career in which I continued to be inspired every day by those around me.”


Stroeble joined WOU in 2009 after a successful career in human services/business management. She has volunteered for a number of organizations including Habitat for Humanity in Rach Gia, Vietnam, Zambia, Africa and Los Angeles, CA; Food on Foot in Los Angeles; D.A.R.E. leadership camps; and lifeguarding for those with special needs. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and is currently working towards her MA in management at Harvard University.


About Work Opportunities Unlimited

Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Dover, N.H. with operations throughout the eastern United States, Work Opportunities Unlimited (WOU) is a community-based employment service provider specializing in placing job seekers who experience barriers to employment. The company has grown from one person to a workforce of hundreds that serves thousands of adults and students annually. In addition to private citizens, WOU provides services to individuals referred by school districts, vocational rehabilitation programs, development disability agencies, the Massachusetts Departments of Mental Health, Transitional Assistance, and Children and Families, as well as the U.S. Social Security Administration through the Ticket to Work program. For information, visit

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