The Junior League of Lancaster is honored to announce Stacie Reidenbaugh as our new PEE! Stacie will be serving as President for the 2020-2021 League Year!
Stacie Reidenbaugh is a native of Lancaster County and a fourth generation Junior League member. Stacie learned the importance of volunteering from her grandparents and great-grandparents, and she joined the JLL Fall 2004 provisional class at the insistence of her grandmother Elaine Hager Barr. Stacie grew up in Mountville and East Petersburg, attending Hempfield High School. She lives in Centerville with her family – Rich, Zoey, and Kaitlan, and their cat Lincoln.
Stacie’s placements this year are Fund Development Member at Large and chair of the Training Committee, coming full circle as her first JLL placement was on the 2005 Training and Development Committee. Stacie has also served on Project Development, Women Build, Finance, 90th Anniversary Endowment, Girls in STEM, Placement and Nominating as an advisor and served on the board last year as Nominating Chair.
In addition to her JLL volunteer service, Stacie is the Board Chair and co-founder of Habitat for Humanity Pennsylvania and serves on the boards of the Housing Alliance of PA and Moravian Manor. Stacie is an inaugural Baldwin Fellow of the Lancaster County Community Foundation, and she completed the Lancaster County Planning Commission Master Planner program, following by 5 years of service on the Manheim Township Planning Commission. She is a graduate of Leadership Lancaster’s CORE and EOS classes, and now serves as faculty for fundraising and public policy.
Stacie brings over 20 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, strategy, governance, fundraising, public policy, and community development to the Junior League. She is the new President and CEO of 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania, a statewide policy organization promoting responsible and efficient land use, and founder of The Reidenbaugh Group LLC, an advisory firm specializing in philanthropy and capacity building for non-profit organizations and small businesses. Stacie previously served as Executive Director of Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity, stepping down in January 2018 after 15 years.
Stacie studied government and business at Millersville University and Elizabethtown College, and she holds certifications in Housing Finance Development from National Development Council, Fundraising Management from Indiana University’s Center for Philanthropy, and Social Enterprise from Harvard Business School.
When Stacie isn’t working or volunteering, you’ll likely find her drinking coffee, shopping at Target or cheering for Zoey on the sidelines of field hockey and soccer games.