Karen A. Simmons
Since 2001, Karen has led the Community Foundation. Prior to joining, Karen served for 15 years at LaSalle University’s Nonprofit Center. In 1998, she was recognized as one of the nonprofit sector’s most influential leaders by the Nonprofit Times.
Beth Harper Briglia, CAP
Exec V. P. of Philanthropy Services
Beth has over two decades of experience working with nonprofits providing consulting and training services. In her current position, she works with individuals, families, corporations and nonprofits interested in establishing charitable funds.
Executive V.P. of Business Affairs
Bob’s responsibilities at CCCF include accounting, finance, banking, investment activity, insurance, legal issues, and business administration. Before joining our team, Bob provided outsourced accounting services to several nonprofit organizations.
Stephenie D. Stevens
Outreach & Community Engagement Officer
Stephenie works with the President /CEO and VP of Philanthropy Services to strategically enhance the Foundation’s position as a leading partner in legacy philanthropy. Stephenie has a deep passion for strengthening Chester County’s Philanthropic Sector.
Marketing & Communications Officer
As CCCF’s Marketing Officer, Beth handles print and electronic media, presentations, events, and works with teams of volunteers and interns. Previously, Beth served for 5 years as Communications Director for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.
Portfolio Administrator: Grants, Scholarships, Estate Planners
Kevin provides administrative and logistical project support for Philanthropic Services and Business Affairs. In the past, Kevin has worked with The Arc of Chester County, The Chester County Hospital Foundation and People’s Light & Theatre.
Donor Services Associate
Cierra supports Philanthropy Services and Community Outreach through nonprofit and philanthropy research, grantmaking research, and donor cultivation activities. It’s rewarding knowing her work both identifies and finds solution for community needs.
Marketing & Development Associate
A recent graduate of WCU, Jamison got started at CCCF as an intern. After realizing her passion for nonprofit work, she eagerly accepted a marketing position and now develops campaigns to spread awareness of the work CCCF does in the community.
Lou Beccaria, Ph. D.
Community Engagement Officer
Lou was a founding Board member of the Community Foundation in 1994. Throughout his career, he has been a strong ambassador for the Community Foundation and is now the official Community Engagement Officer for CCCF.
Full-time staff are assisted by College Students, primarily majoring in accounting, finance, law, marketing & communications.
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Business Affairs and Donor Services Interns