The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation has named Beverley M. Lubi as its fund development officer and Sarah M. Marciniak as its communications associate.
Before joining the foundation, Mrs. Lubi was the administrative director for YMCA Camp Onyahsa, the resident camp program of the Jamestown YMCA, since 2003. In that role, she managed the registration and communication of all camp participants; supervised office staff; oversaw business operations; ascertained camp objectives, priorities and mission; conducted public relations and coordinated fundraising endeavors. Prior to that, she was the teaching assistant for the Lakewood YMCA preschool program.
As the foundation's fund development officer, Mrs. Lubi said she looks forward to cultivating relationships with individuals, local not-for-profits, prospective and current donors as well as professional advisers for the long term benefit of the foundation and the community. Mrs. Lubi is a member of Our Lady of the Snows Roman Catholic Church, where she served as a teacher and director of the religious education program. She also volunteers for the Chautauqua County Humane Society, YMCA and the Jim Lenart Memorial Golf Tournament Committee.
Mrs. Lubi lives in Panama with her husband, Jeff, and two children, Taylor and Zach.
Ms. Marciniak is a 2011 graduate of The Russell J. Jandoli School of Journalism and Mass Communication at St. Bonaventure University. She most recently completed an internship at the Buffalo Museum of Science, where she worked closely with the museum's business development office. Her experience ranges from event planning and public relations to press kits and social media. Originally from Buffalo, Ms. Marciniak said she looks forward to experiencing all the Chautauqua County region has to offer as well as working with local organizations to preserve the tradition of the foundation and inspire good work throughout the community.
The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation is a non-profit, community corporation created by and for the people of Chautauqua County. For more information on the foundation, visit www.crcfonline.org or www.facebook.com/crcfonline.org or call 661-3390.