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"Our dream in starting the Foundation was to provide a way for the community to give back and feel really good about where their donation was going while making a lasting and positive impact in the lives of children in distress. We are so grateful to all those who join our team, enabling the Foundation to serve more children in more ways each year."

-Karen Moyer

The Moyer Foundation Founders and Staff
Click on names to view Founder and Staff biographies.



Seattle Office

Mary K. FitzGerald

Chief Executive Officer
Mary was appointed as the first Chief Executive Officer of The Moyer Foundation in July 2015.   Mary has served as a nonprofit executive in Philadelphia for over twelve years with an emphasis in sports and helping youth and other vulnerable populations. Mary’s work has focused primarily on organizational enhancement, business development, fundraising, marketing, strategic planning, event management and policy writing.  

Mary currently serves as Chairperson of the NFL and NFLPA’s Research and Education Foundation, is Secretary of her local St. Vincent de Paul Society and is an active Board Member of the Tulane Sports Law Advisory Committee.  She also serves as Adjunct Marketing Professor at The Philadelphia Center.  Mary has clerked for the National Football League, worked for the NHL’s Minnesota Wild during their inaugural season and also served as Manager of Business Affairs at FOX Cable Networks in Los Angeles.  Mary’s publications include “The Court of Arbitration for Sport: Doping and Due Process During the Olympics” and “Sports Law.”  She holds memberships in the Sports Lawyers Association, the National Sports Marketing Network, & Women in Sports & Events (WISE). Mary received a JD/MBA from Tulane University in May of 2001, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of
The Sports Lawyers Journal and President of the Sports Law Society.

Mary hails from Brooklyn and despite her love of Philadelphia remains a loyal and avid NY sports fan who resides in the city of Brotherly Love with her husband, son and various other four legged family members.  Mary enjoys running, live music and exploring Philadelphia’s vibrant restaurant scene.

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Lisa Willis
National Programs Director
Lisa Willis is the National Programs Director for The Moyer Foundation, responsible for the Foundation's sustainability and expansion of the Camp Erin and Camp Mariposa network of camps; managing the national strategy, development and branding of existing and new locations. Lisa, together with her team, works with each Camp Erin and Camp Mariposa partner and community nationwide to raise awareness, establish programs, build strategic partnerships and fund raise. Lisa also oversees the Foundation’s Community Grants program distributing funds to non-profit organizations in PA and WA that reflect the Foundation’s two key initiatives – childhood bereavement and the prevention of alcohol and drug dependency. She joined the Foundation in 2011. 

Lisa has more than 15 years of experience working in corporate responsibility, sports philanthropy and media. Lisa worked extensively and in multiple capacities with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - funded Sports Philanthropy Project, a national organization that maximized the incredible power and assets of professional sports to impact sustainable social change.

Lisa has spent her career dedicated to improving the health and happiness of America's children. Prior to joining The Moyer Foundation, Lisa worked as an independent consultant for a variety of non-profit and for profit clients including Nike, Inc. and the Clinton Global Initiative, the Seattle Seahawks, The Food Trust, Everyday Health and Friends of the Children. She began her career working for FOX Sports New England and Clear Channel Communications where she specialized in marketing, business development, community outreach and public relations.

Lisa holds a BA in psychology with a minor in business administration from Wittenberg University, where she was recruited for swimming. Originally from Connecticut, Lisa now lives in Seattle.
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Rachel Lockmon
Manager of Marketing and Communications
Rachel Lockmon joined The Moyer Foundation staff in September 2007 and currently holds the role of Marketing and Communications Manager for The Moyer Foundation.   Rachel manages the  communications for Foundation programs/initiatives  in conjunction with partners Marmillion + Co, and RTB Social.  Rachel works closely with Foundation staff , helping to maintain consistent communications, branding and messaging between all Foundation initiatives.

Rachel brings related experience in the areas of community relations and non-profit campaign writing. She has a true passion for working in the non-profit industry and feels fortunate to be a part of The Moyer Foundation team. Rachel holds a BA in Public Relations from Central Washington University where she graduated with honors in 2007. She lives in Seattle with her husband and loves the city life. Her leisure time is spent with her wonderful friends and family, traveling and enjoying the outdoors. Rachel’s favorite thing in life is being a proud auntie to her niece and nephews!

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Bethany Gardner
Camp Erin Program Manager
Bethany joined The Moyer Foundation in December of 2011 as the Camp Erin Program Manager.  She is privileged to provide support and oversight to more than forty Camp Erin locations nationwide, and cultivates a national network of bereavement professionals to offer development and networking opportunities.

Prior to joining The Moyer Foundation, Bethany worked for the Safe Crossings Children's Grief Support Program of Providence Hospice of Seattle, WA.  She has also worked in school-based counseling; undergraduate student services; summer camp programming; and is a practicum facilitator for graduate-level students.

Bethany holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology, and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate.  She shares life with a fantastic community of family and friends in Seattle who love to eat good food, play often and care well for one another. 
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Brian Maus, MA, LMFT
Camp Mariposa Program Manager
Brian is a Licensed Couple and Family Therapist who brings 25 years of experience working with children, teens and families from diverse backgrounds.  Most recently, Brian built and ran a successful couple and family therapy practice in the Philadelphia area for the past 9 years.  Brian also has 16 years of experience working with non-profits in Philadelphia and Los Angeles.   He developed an innovative home-based family therapy program for children, teens and families whose lives had been impacted by serious violent crime.  In addition, he developed a national model outreach program for individuals and families living with a cancer.  Both of these programs were focused on serving individuals and families living in low-income, underserved communities.  Brian is very excited to be returning to non-profit work and the Camp Mariposa program in particular.  He believes strongly in the Moyer Foundation’s commitment to providing quality services to children living with the stress of addiction in their family.
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Joanna Fulginiti
Grant Writer and Development Coordinator
Joanna joined The Moyer Foundation in 2013 as the Development Coordinator.  She is involved in grant writing, donor relations, and funding research. She brings extensive experience working for non-profit organizations including The Philadelphia Museum of Art, where she supported the Museum’s highest level membership program. Prior to joining the Moyer Foundation, Joanna was the Annual Giving Coordinator at Simpson Senior Services where she was responsible for overseeing annual giving campaigns for five senior living communities and played a key role in managing special events. 

Joanna is a Philadelphia native and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Tyler School of Art of Temple University. She is a member of the Philadelphia Women’s Caucus for Art and lead organizer of The Ragdoll Project, a community arts project that educates the public on the crime of human trafficking. Joanna is enthusiastic about health and wellness and in her free time she enjoys making art, hiking, spending time outdoors, relaxing at the shore and following the Phillies.
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Jocelyn Matics
Office and Program Administrator
In October 2013, Jocelyn Matics joined The Moyer Foundation team as the Office and Program Administrator.   Jocelyn is excited to manage the administrative operations, provide support to The Moyer Foundation Staff, and assist the programming department in this role.  

Jocelyn is passionate about creating positive experiences for kids.  Having been an intern for The Moyer Foundation in 2012, Jocelyn is excited to continue her work with the Foundation.  She brings experience from various non-profits where she has worked in camp directing and programming, event planning, as well as programming and development for a family social work program.   

Jocelyn holds a BA in Communication Studies with a double minor in Women’s Studies and Psychology from Seattle Pacific University.  She loves traveling, eating good food, and going on adventures with friends.
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Katie Fleegel
Katie Fleegel joins The Moyer Foundation as Controller based in the Philadelphia office. She is a licensed CPA and has been working with non-profit organizations in an accounting, finance and budgeting capacity since 2002. This includes a position as the Budget Director at Phoenix House Foundation, a national non-profit organization providing holistic drug and alcohol addiction treatment for adults and adolescents, and as Director of Finance at iMentor in New York City working with students from low-income communities to graduate high school and succeed in college.

Katie is a Syracuse University graduate and previously worked in public accounting at PricewaterhouseCoopers before moving into the non-profit space. She recently relocated to Philadelphia from Brooklyn, NY and is loving the opportunity to get to know another big east coast city. In addition to spending as much time as possible with her nieces and nephew, Katie is an active member of several local running clubs and also enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, travel, and creative seasonal cooking and eating. 
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Jean Heflin Kane
Corporate and Government Relations Manager
Jean Heflin Kane started with The Moyer Foundation in October, 2014. She is an attorney with a vast array of experience, most recently as Founder and Director of the Green Schools Resource Center. Prior to that, Jean was a Senior Assistant Regional Counsel with the Environmental Protection Agency and worked at a private law firm. Jean is active in her community and is on the Boards of and the Foundation for Learning in Tredyffrin/Easttown, and has held many leadership positions in her local school district. Jean is a proud graduate of Boston College, where she earned degrees in English and Psychology, and serves as a Full Member of the Council for Women of Boston College.  Jean received her law degree from the Syracuse University College of Law.

Throughout her career Jean has been actively engaged in children’s issues, she has tutored in inner-city schools, represented the legal rights of abused and neglected children and championed children’s literacy programs. She is thrilled to be a part of the Moyer team, and looks forward to collaborating with New York Life to support their initiative to make a difference in the lives of children who have experienced loss.

Jean lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and two of her four children (her two adult children both reside in Boston) and their fuzzy sibling, a goldendoodle named Toby. She enjoys playing racquet sports, biking, yoga, golf, freelance writing and traveling with her family in her free time.
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Rachel Amato
Manager of Events and Fundraising
Rachel Amato joined The Moyer Foundation in August 2015 with responsibilities including the creation and execution of all revenue generating events.  She oversees the planning, management and budgeting for the signature and partner fundraisers while working closely with the staff and Board on developing new opportunities for support.  

Rachel previously worked as the Special Events Manager for a number of years in a non-profit healthcare foundation delivering over 20 annual fundraising, stewardship and cultivation events.  In addition to all logistical planning, her role included the management of a portfolio of donors, soliciting and securing corporate and individual gifts, developing specific revenue and expense strategies,  recruiting committees of high profile constituents, and the creation of all timelines and supervision for collateral material design. 

Rachel holds a MA in Clinical Psychology from LaSalle University and a BA in Psychology from Rutgers University.  She has always been passionate about working with kids and thrives on being able to give back to her community.  Rachel is a South Jersey native who loves spending time with her husband, daughter and Westie.  She enjoys traveling around the world, watching a good baseball or hockey game and listening to country music!
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Molly Sedlik Hasson

Director of the Center for Resources and Support
Molly Hasson joined The Moyer Foundation in October 2015 as the Director of the Center for Resources and Support. The Director of the Center for Resources and Support is responsible for the planning, development, oversight, and growth of the Foundation’s newest program initiative. The Center will be a central resource hub, complete with a robust website, as well as dedicated staff, who will provide resources and referrals to children, teens, and families impacted by grief and family addiction. 
Beginning her career in non-profit in 1999, Molly has filled various leadership roles in Seattle.  She has been working in the field of childhood grief since 2002 with Safe Crossings Foundation where recently, as Program Development Manager, Molly worked with many local and national grief care providers and partners, including the NAGC and  The Moyer Foundation to plan the first Northwest Conference on Childhood Grief.  Working with care providers and partners has given Molly a unique understanding of the need for the Center.    
Molly is passionate about putting her creative planning and strategy building skills to work for children and families experiencing crisis.  She holds a sociology degree from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and a MBA and Certificate in Project Management from Keller School of Business.  Molly lives with her two children in the same South Seattle neighborhood where she grew up.  She has many creative hobbies including yoga, cooking, knitting and entertaining family and friends.
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Nicole Weaver
Office Administrator
Nicole Weaver joined The Moyer Foundation in May of 2014 as the Office Administrator in the Philadelphia office. She is responsible for overseeing all IT needs and systems including the development and administration of Salesforce and Microsoft Office 365. Nicole also assists with the finance department and office administration.

Prior to joining the TMF team, Nicole spent six years at Professional Capital Services, LLC, a 401(k) recordkeeper in center city, Philadelphia. She held various titles ultimately becoming the company’s Senior Project Coordinator.

Born and raised in the City of Brotherly Love, Nicole is a huge Philadelphia sports fan. Nicole enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, reading, and visiting the Jersey shore.
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Holly McIntyre
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Holly McIntyre is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator at The Moyer Foundation.  Joining the Foundation in 2015, she works alongside the team to support marketing, consistent brand identity and communications.  She applies current and relevant marketing/communications best practices to tell the story of The Moyer Foundation. 

With multi-faceted business knowledge and a passion for communication, Holly has been responsible for supporting business development, partnership building and strategic communications for northwest non-profits focused on education and community health.  Working for a devoted organization with a positive impact is deeply important to her; something she is thrilled to have found at The Moyer Foundation.  Holly holds a degree in Speech Communication from the University of Washington and has recently focused on expanding her knowledge through professional and continuing education at UW for Social Media and Storytelling & Content Strategy. 

When Holly isn’t at the Foundation, she is mastering the art of family management at home with her husband, three children, and their chocolate labradoodle.  She enjoys cooking, working out, traveling and treasures her closest friendships, especially those with her family.  

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