Coffee Inclusive is a full-service, unique coffee shop experience that employs people with diverse abilities and Autism.…Learn More
Coffee Inclusive is a full-service, unique coffee shop experience that employs people with diverse abilities and Autism. Here, they work side by side with experienced baristas and servers to provide a warm and welcoming community fueled by delicious coffee creations and delectable baked goods. Our coffee shop is a place of employment for people with diverse abilities, where all team members are trained as any other employee would be and paid a fair wage as baristas and servers.
President & CEO
Frank Bartoli is the founder and CEO of NEPA Inclusive and Coffee Inclusive. His career spans more…Learn More
President & CEO
Frank Bartoli is the founder and CEO of NEPA Inclusive and Coffee Inclusive. His career spans more than 30 years of successful non-profit leadership. His disability advocacy interest and experience, and the reason for starting NEPA Inclusive, was to advocate for his daughter Ellie, who has Down Syndrome, and other people like Ellie so they can live typical lives. As a result, Ellie was fully included in her high school classroom and attended many community programs. She was the Pittston Area High School 2017 Homecoming Queen, the Pittston Area Girls Basketball Team Manager; where she played in two High School Basketball Games, including the All-Star game, and became the inspiration for NEPA Inclusive. Mr. Bartoli furthered his advocacy experience as the Executive Director of The Arc of Delaware County, a member of the Board of Directors of The Arc of Pennsylvania, the president of The Arc Community Trust. He was selected to the Governor’s Advisory Committee for People with Disabilities. His non-profit leadership experience includes multiple positions within the YMCA movement, including Executive Director/CEO of the Greater Pittston YMCA and Associate Executive Director at the Ambler Area YMCA, a branch of The YMCA of Philadelphia and Vicinity. In addition, he provides consulting and grant writing services to non-profit organizations under his private business, Bartoli Advocacy, and Consulting Services. He has taught undergraduate students at Eastern University, mentored undergraduate groups at the University of Pennsylvania, was a guest columnist for the Sunday Dispatch, founded and served as President of the Delta Nu Alumni Association of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity at Lock Haven University, and served on the Board of Directors of the Luzerne County Down Syndrome Network. He graduated from Leadership Wilkes-Barre and was named the 2002 Greater Pittston Person of the Year by the Sunday Dispatch. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania in Recreation Management and a Master’s Degree in Administration from the West Chester University of PA. He currently resides in Pittston, PA, with his wife and Great Dane, Luna.
Tom earned his bachelor’s degree in Education and Public Policy with a minor in Sociology from Penn…Learn More
Tom earned his bachelor’s degree in Education and Public Policy with a minor in Sociology from Penn State University, University Park, PA. Tom is currently pursuing his non-profit management graduate certificate from Harvard Extension School.
Tom has held advocacy and management positions with an array of non-profit organizations, from his own education non-profit to national trade associations. With over a decade of experience working with provider organizations throughout the northeast region, Tom carries a strong passion for helping our clients live inclusive and sustainable lives.