MEET OUR NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR:
The Trustees of the Stackpole-Hall Foundation are pleased to announce that Mrs.
Jennifer Dippold has been hired as the Executive Director of the Foundation. Mrs.
Dippold will replace William Conrad who is retiring at the end of the year.
For the past 22 years, Mrs. Dippold was employed by the Dickinson Center/Journey
Health Systems. Currently, she serves as the Development and Communications
Director and before that she served as Children’s Prevention, Public Relations and
Jennifer graduated from Lock Haven University with a BS in elementary education and
was an exchange student at Caledonian University of Scotland, Glasgow, UK.
Her community involvement includes, Coordinator of the Elk County Family Resource
Network Collaborative Board, member of the Advisory Board of the Elk County
Community Foundation’s “Women Who Care Committee,” member of the Manufacturing
Employment Education and Advancement Advisory Board (MEEA). In the past, she
served as Vice Chair of the St. Marys Area Chamber of Commerce, member of the Elk
County Leadership Board, and the Benzinger Township Hospital Authority.
Jen will join the Stackpole-Hall Foundation on August 1, 2018 and will become only the
third Executive Director in the history of the foundation. The Foundation was established
in November of 1951 by Lyle G. Hall Sr., J. Hall Stackpole and Harrison C. Stackpole;
and is now governed by a board of eleven trustees. As of the end of 2017, the foundation
has distributed more than $40,000,000 in grants, most of which have gone to nonprofit
organizations that serve the people of Elk County.
As the Executive Director, Mrs. Dippold will be responsible for the overall management of
the foundation that includes grantmaking, community planning, being an ambassador
and advocate for Elk County, managing the foundation’s Summer Job Program,
community problem solving and Board and family support.
The trustees look forward to welcoming Jen and working with her as she guides the
foundation into the future.
“The mission of The Stackpole-Hall Foundation is to first
consider the needs of the people in Elk County, Pennsylvania
with a goal of improving the fundamental quality of life. We
will give priority to the educational, human service, and
community development needs of the County.”
The Stackpole-Hall Foundation
44 South St. Marys Street
St. Marys, PA 15857
The office of The
in St. Marys, PA