Foundation Chief Development Officer
In collaboration with the CEO, I have the privilege of facilitating philanthropic support from some of TKE’s most successful and generous alumni and friends, providing critical funding for TKE programs and services that build Better Men for a Better World. I assist donors and prospective donors in better understanding ways their personal philanthropy—during their lifetimes and/or as part of their estate plans—can have a lasting impact on future generations of Tekes while expressing their personal values and philanthropic priorities.
I was born and raised in Athens, PA, and joined TKE as a sophomore at Lycoming College (Mu-Theta Chapter) in 1999. In addition to TKE activities, as a collegiate I spent a semester abroad (Lancaster, U.K.), was on the golf team for three years, and was a peer counselor. After serving one term as Prytanis and graduating with a B.A. in psychology, I joined the TKE Professional Staff as regional consultant in 2002. Nearly 21 years later, I returned to the TKE Professional Staff in my current position.
What I Like To Do in My Free Time
I love to travel (thanks in large part to TKE, I’ve been to all 50 states), play golf, read novels and historical fiction, and listen to true-crime podcasts while cooking dinner. As an avid baseball fan, I’ve been to nearly all MLB ballparks and have season tickets to the Triple-A Indianapolis Indians. I live in beautiful downtown Indy.