Meet the New Faces at NJCTS

Hilary Kruchowy
Director of Development

Hilary has more than 25 years of experience as a development professional in the non-profit sector. She has served as a director of development at five different organizations most recently at the Adult Day Center of Somerset County where she doubled donations, managed two fundraising events, and increased donations from individuals. Hilary has a BA in art history from Rutgers, MA in Fine Arts Administration from Temple University, and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE). She lives in Hillsborough with her husband and 16-year-old daughter. She is excited to join the staff of NJCTS and to meet the families we serve and welcomes calls or emails with advice and suggestions.

Katie Delaney
Family & Medical Outreach Coordinator

Katie is a NJ native, growing up in Plainsboro. She graduated from Montclair State University with a B.A. in Sociology. Her mom and dad still reside in the house she grew up in. She also has an older sister that lives in California and is getting married next year. Katie was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome over 2 decades ago, and knew from a very young age she wanted to help others with this disorder. In her spare time, Katie enjoys spending time with her friends and family, diving headfirst into anything psychology and supernatural related, as well as doing anything that elicits her creativity.

Alina Lawas Osborn
Program Coordinator

Alina earned a B.S. in Biology at The College of New Jersey in 2019. Her academic focus was on ecological research as well as equity and advocacy through a self-designed internship with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (now the Division of Inclusive Excellence). In her current position at NJCTS, she integrates her two passions of biology and social equity.  Her lived experience as a queer person of color with TS, coupled with her academic study of social structures and power dynamics, allows her to analyze and approach matters through multiple lenses- from individual all the way to systemic. Her background in biology gives her a research-driven approach to problem solving and yields creative and effective solutions. 

Alina has recently reached a point in her life that in addition to managing her TS, she is (usually) able to embrace it and love it as an essential part of who she is. She hopes to create programming to allow others with TS to have this same opportunity to live their best, unbridled lives.