YWCA Tri-County Area will continue to strengthen and reinforce the strong yet flexible foundation as we work to meet the challenges of our community. Your ongoing support is more important than ever as we continue moving forward toward eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
Stacey Woodland, CEO
YWCA is the nation’s oldest and largest women’s multicultural membership organization, reaching women at more than 200 locations in the United States and in 109 countries.
Its mission is to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
YWCA Tri-County Area is proud of its holistic view of the families it serves and engages the community regularly through events designed to bring people together to spotlight community issues and solve community problems.
|Stacey Woodland||Chief Executive Officer (CEO)|
|Diane Hallman||Chief Finance Officer (CFO)|
|Kelly Grosser||Chief Mission Impact Officer|
|Elise Chesson||Chief Advancement Officer|
|Kathleen Seeley||Senior Early Education Director|
|Veronica (Roni) Barna||Senior Director of Adult Education & Training|
|Sara Anderson||Manager of Culinary Operations|
|Ashley Faison||Volunteer & Advocacy Manager|
|Jean Kowalski||Manager of Institutional Giving|
|Stephanie Pennington||Operations Manager|
|Sarah Stump||Director of Mission Engagement|
|Kim Ryan||Senior Manager – Foster Grandparent Program|
|Vicente Prieto||Senior Program Manager Emergency Rent & Utilities Coalition|
We must encourage one another and continue to show what humanity looks like through our work, our words and our lives. With the collective efforts of our phenomenal board and staff we find ourselves in the best financial standing this organization has experienced in recent years! We look forward to the years ahead. We embrace our mission to eliminate racism and empower women and we welcome you to join us!
Linda Fields, Board President
|Linda Fields, President||PowerUp LLC||2019|
|Tara Smith, Vice President||Vanguard||2016|
|Pauline McGibbon, Secretary||Women's Center of Montgomery County||2015|
|Lisa Lightcap||Tompkins Financial Bank||2021|
|Chelsea Camson||Amerisource Bergen||2018|
|Tumeka Henry||Limerick Generating Station, Exelon||2020|
|Alneasa Jordan||F.M. Brown's||2021|
|Marta Stanley Pecharo||Family Services of Montgomery County||2018|
|Landa Washington||Phoenixville Hospital||2016|
|Sara Wein||Health Federation of Philadelphia||2016|
|Dr. LaTanya White||Pottstown School District||2013|