Krystine Sipple, Author at Generocity Philly

Krystine Sipple

Krystine (Krys) Sipple has over twenty years of experience in the nonprofit sector; her expertise is with creating development programs and governance infrastructures for small, grassroots non-profit organizations. She currently serves as the interim executive director of Oxford Area Neighborhood Services Center in southern Chester County, and is on the board of Barclay Friends, a senior living community in West Chester. 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 and on the Board of the National Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.

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For the founder of Chester County Food Bank, its about more than just canned goods column

Jan. 8, 2020 9:52 am

For the founder of Chester County Food Bank, its about more than just canned goods

The org offers community raised-bed gardens, senior food boxes, summer food boxes, weekend backpacks for school-age children, a mobile market, bilingual cooking classes and a growing culinary workforce development program.
9 takeaways from the Chamber’s speed pitching for nonprofits event column

Dec. 13, 2019 1:46 pm

9 takeaways from the Chamber’s speed pitching for nonprofits event

Four panelists were invited to give real-time feedback to members of four local nonprofits who were selected to pitch their next big projects.
Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital showcases the work of artists with disabilities column

Dec. 2, 2019 8:00 am

Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital showcases the work of artists with disabilities

Art Ability, the hospital's annual 12-week juried exhibition, includes the work of 200 artists from 30 states and eight countries. It runs through Jan. 26, 2020.
This Foundation CEO has worn many figurative hats. And one extraordinary literal one: a crown of onions column

Oct. 18, 2019 8:25 am

This Foundation CEO has worn many figurative hats. And one extraordinary literal one: a crown of onions

Columnist Krys Sipple chats with Karen Simmons, who has led the Chester County Community Foundation from an organization with $174K and a single Donor Advised Fund, to one entrusted with 400+ funds totaling more than $73 million.
‘Poverty can be hard to talk about.’ This is how SCCON starts the conversation column

Sep. 23, 2019 8:00 am

‘Poverty can be hard to talk about.’ This is how SCCON starts the conversation

Southern Chester County Opportunity Network's work is based on the Bridges Out of Poverty model — a framework for understanding poverty that brings professionals and communities together to work on solutions.
Want to upskill? Consider learning American Sign Language column

Sep. 16, 2019 8:00 am

Want to upskill? Consider learning American Sign Language

Columnist Krys Sipple talks to folks at the Deaf-Hearing Communication Centre about how, for certain occupations, the ability to communicate in ASL is vital.
In Chester County, businesses and nonprofits team up to address community needs column

Sep. 9, 2019 11:30 am

In Chester County, businesses and nonprofits team up to address community needs

Columnist Krys Sipple takes a look at Leadership Chester County, which uses bus tours and a poverty simulator to teach board members about the real, often hidden, needs in the community.
Teach your children well: A sense of community and intergenerational appeal are key to this event’s success column

Aug. 15, 2019 12:00 pm

Teach your children well: A sense of community and intergenerational appeal are key to this event’s success

Most nonprofit fundraising events fizzle out after a couple of years, says columnist Krys Sipple, but the Philadelphia Folk Festival continues to attract 35,000 attendees annually.
Tamela Luce’s professional advice? Take up space and be heard column

Aug. 8, 2019 12:11 pm

Tamela Luce’s professional advice? Take up space and be heard

Columnist Krystine Sipple talks with the new CEO of Phoenixville Community Health Foundation about executive transition, bucket lists and herding cats.

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