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Womanspace Welcomes New Board Members

April 19, 2023 – Womanspace, a Mercer County nonprofit dedicated to serving individuals and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault, is pleased to welcome three new board members.

Malina Poshtova Delamere is the founder and president of Vida Rose Coaching Solutions, an executive coaching practice for women whose business, career, and life are in growth mode. With over 20 years of business leadership experience, Ms. Poshtova is also a former Fulbright Scholar, with degrees from New York University and the University of Sofia in Bulgaria. Malina firmly believes that life is an adventure and opportunities often come in disguise.

Ektaa Sanghvi Shah is a certified public accountant and recent graduate of Rutgers Business School. A business owner passionate about helping her clients, she currently works in her family's tax practice, cpa4tax, alongside her father.  As a young professional, Ms. Shah is excited to be part of our community and use her skills, professional and otherwise, to give back.

Stephen Sigmund is a communications and public affairs professional with over 25 years’ experience as an executive, advisor, and spokesperson for some of the region's and the nation's leading public and private sector organizations. He currently serves as Chief of Public Outreach/Chief Spokesman for the Gateway Development Commission.

Mr. Sigmund teaches at Columbia University, and serves on the boards of the Center for an Urban Future and Interact Community Theater. Most importantly to us, Mr. Sigmund is the son of former Princeton mayor and Womanspace founder, Barbara Boggs Sigmund.


“We are honored to accept these exceptional individuals as the newest members of the Womanspace Board of Directors. We respect that representation matters. The life experience, expertise and connections brought in by Malina Poshtova Delamere, Ektaa Sanghvi Shah, and Stephen Sigmund will greatly enhance our Board’s governance abilities in supporting and advocating for our mission,” said Womanspace Board President Michelle Bajwa. “We are grateful and ask our wonderful community to join us in celebrating and welcoming them as allies in support of victims and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual abuse.”

For information on agency events and updates, follow Womanspace on Facebook and Instagram.


Founded in 1977, Womanspace is a leading nonprofit organization serving the greater Mercer County area and the state of New Jersey by providing a comprehensive array of emergency and follow-up services to individuals and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence. Womanspace is dedicated to improving the quality of life for victims, survivors, and their families. Bilingual services and programs include 24/7 crisis intervention, safe, short-term emergency shelter, short and long-term transitional housing, individual counseling and therapeutic support groups for adults and children, court advocacy and the 24/7 crisis hotline 609-394-9000. Womanspace also operates the 24/7 New Jersey Statewide Domestic Violence Hotline 800-572-SAFE and the 24/7 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Texting Hotline 609-619-1888. To learn more about Womanspace please visit


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