Krystine Sipple, Author at Generocity Philly

Krystine Sipple

Krystine (Krys) Sipple is an organizational consultant with over twenty-five years of experience in the nonprofit sector. Her expertise is with creating development programs and governance infrastructures for small, grassroots non-profit organizations. She is a graduate of Virginia Wesleyan College with a BA in Psychology, a Graduate of the Chester County Leadership Connection, and holds a MS in Nonprofit Leadership from LaSalle University. Krys holds a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE) designation, is a Master Teacher as designated by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), and is a registered fundraising counsel. She is a C4 consultant for the Chester County Community Foundation and teaches throughout the region. She is on the board of Barclay Friends, a senior living community in West Chester, PA, and serves as the governance chair of the Philadelphia Folksong Society board. In the past, she has served on the national grants selection committee for the American Medical Association Foundation in Chicago, the board of AFP’s Greater Philadelphia Chapter, as secretary of the Health Care Access Board in Phoenixville, Foundation Chair of the Phoenixville Rotary Board, Membership Chair for the Oxford Rotary Club, and on the Board of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics. www.krystinesipple.org

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In response to COVID-19, these two United Way leaders in Chester County are doing things differently column

Nov. 19, 2020 2:00 pm

In response to COVID-19, these two United Way leaders in Chester County are doing things differently

Columnist Krys Sipple talks to Carrie Freeman and Christopher Saello about how the organizations they lead are responding to both the nonprofits they fund and the communities those nonprofits serve.
Pennsylvania School for the Deaf teachers are taking to Zoom to help their students create a plan to vote column

Oct. 29, 2020 12:00 pm

Pennsylvania School for the Deaf teachers are taking to Zoom to help their students create a plan to vote

"While addressing social justice issues is vitally important, the heart of civic engagement in our country is voting," Melissa Draganac-Hawk the school's director of student affairs told columnist Krys Sipple.
Wish there were a space to regularly problem-solve with 5 or 6 of your nonprofit peers? column

Sep. 15, 2020 8:00 am

Wish there were a space to regularly problem-solve with 5 or 6 of your nonprofit peers?

Chester County Community Foundation hosts three separate Peer Learning Circles: for executive directors, development directors and planned giving pros. The deadline to apply is September 16.

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