Rancho Santa Fe Foundation welcomes two new team members
The Rancho Santa Fe Foundation is excited to announce new additions to its team; the Foundation welcomes Karen Sprigle as its Associate Director, as well as Febbie Kwan as its new Administrative Assistant.
Karen Sprigle is a high-level professional who brings over 25 years of mid- and senior-level management experience to this role. As Associate Director, Sprigle will be a key part of the Foundation’s leadership, heading up general operations and strategic planning for the organization. She will also be spearheading cyber security; with the continual evolution of technology, this is particularly important to the Foundation.
Sprigle is highly equipped for this role, having held leadership positions at companies such as Security Pacific National Bank, Bank of America, and United Way. Before joining the Foundation, she was the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of the United Way of San Diego County. There, she was a leader in implementing a Community Impact business model. Furthermore, she has other strong ties to the San Diego community. Sprigle is a member of United Way’s Women’ s Leadership Council and has been a member of the City Heights Leadership Table, the Education Synergy Alliance and Nonprofit Management Solutions Board of Directors.
The Foundation is also excited to welcome Febbie Kwan as Administrative Assistant, in which she will be a vital part of RSFF programs and operations. Originally from the Philippines, Kwan has enjoyed living in San Diego for over 20 years. She is an economics graduate from the University of California, San Diego and brings skills from working with well-established companies such as AVID and the Manchester Grand Hyatt.
The Rancho Santa Fe Foundation is very happy to welcome both of these new additions. Learn more about the Foundation and other team members through its website www.rsffoundation.org.
The Rancho Santa Fe Foundation works alongside donors and partners to create a stronger philanthropic community in Rancho Santa Fe and San Diego. It provides a stable, tax-advantaged financial structure, for both individual donors and organizations, for the stewardship of philanthropic funds with a mission to serve the community.
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