We are grateful for more than 40 committee and board volunteers whose guidance makes it possible to enhance the mental well-being of youth and children in Lancaster County. As we begin 2019,these are the transitions for the LOHF board.
Welcome our new treasurer
Sean Post, CPA, Senior Accountant, Trout, Ebersole & Groff, LLP
Sean also serves on our Audit Committee, and our Finance and Investment Committee. As a Senior Accountant at Trout, Ebersole & Groff, LLP, Sean handles all aspects of audit, attest services, and financial statement preparation. Sean serves on the firm’s Government, Employee Benefit Plan, and Forensic Accounting Practice Groups. He holds a bachelor of science in accounting degree from Elizabethtown College.Sean is a member of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants,Treasurer of the L.G. Cook 4-H Campfire Counsel, and member of Leadership Lancaster’s Core Class of 2017. In his spare time, Sean enjoys recreational sports with friends.
Welcome our new board members
Arthur Ace, Business Development Officer, PNC Wealth Management
Arthur also serves on our Finance & Investment Committee. As a Client Advisor with PNC Wealth Management, he has a recognized history of working in the financial services industry. Leveraging strong analytical, consulting and relationship management capabilities to assist clients in the areas of investment and asset management, succession strategies, estate planning, and administration. Arthur is a member of the Lancaster County Estate Planning Council and Civil Air Patrol. He graduated with a degree in Finance from Spalding University in Louisville, KY. Arthur is fluent in Russian and Ukrainian. He is engaged to Rachel. Together, they enjoy their Yorkie, Kingston.
Kimberly Fletcher, PHR, SHRM-CP, Chief Personnel Officer, Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County
Kimberly has a 20-year tenure in human resources development, including strategic management, recruitment, employee relations, training, on-boarding, benefits administration, professional development administration, and special events coordination. Her experiences include working with people from diverse economic, academic, and cultural backgrounds. Kimberly’s broad career as a human resource professional has been enriched through experience in childcare, secondary education, and college administration. She is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College.
Carrie Lee Smith, PhD, Associate Professor of Sociology, Millersville University
As associate professor of sociology, Carrie studies sex and gender, medical sociology, sociology of reproduction and birth, work and the profession, sociology of the family, religion, race and ethnicity, qualitative methods, scholarship of teaching and learning, and community-based research. Since 2014, she has served as a Faculty Research Fellow at the Center for Public Scholarship and Social Change at Millersville University. Carrie also serves on the boards of the Edward Hand Medical Museum,and Ambassadors for Hope. She earned her PhD in Sociology from Vanderbilt University.
Angela M. Trout, JD, Development Director, Conestoga Valley Christian Community Services
Angela has an extensive career in journalism, and nonprofit organizations. As a parent advocate, she brings a passion for children’s mental health. Angela is responsible for securing private and foundation funding, and food and clothing donations, for Conestoga Valley Christian Community Services. The organization serves neighbors experiencing poverty. Angela previously led marketing and communications for the YWCA Lancaster. She is a graduate of Massachusetts School of Law (North Andover, Mass.) and Wilmington University.
Many thanks to our outgoing board members
Terry Sweigart, Treasurer
Terry will continue to volunteer for LOHF on our Audit Committee, and our Finance & Investment Committee. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from University of Pittsburgh and an MBA from Temple University. He recently retired from his role as Business Manager for Lampeter-Strasburg School District. Terry served as President of the Lancaster-Lebanon School Insurance Program for Property and Casualty Insurance. He has also served on the boards of Employee’s Health Care Cooperative, Lancaster County Tax Collection Bureau and Lancaster-Lebanon Joint Authority.
Carrie Bruey, PsyD, BCBA
Carrie is the supervisor of Lancaster-Lebanon IU-13 Autism Solutions, and Supervisor of School Psychologists. She chaired our Child Health and Wellness Committee, and will continue to volunteer on that committee. She is a licensed psychologist, certified school psychologist, and board certified behavior analyst with more than 30 years of experience working with children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders, their families and provider agencies. She has published various chapters and books relevant to diagnosing and supporting individuals on the autism spectrum.