Mary Lee Gannon
Mary Lee Gannon, ACC, CAE is a 19-year CEO, leading organizations worth up to $26 million. She has been president of Forbes Health Foundation, Ohio Valley General Hospital Foundation, Three Rivers Advertising Specialty Association as well as grants and public relations director of Avonworth School District and a reporter for The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Mary Lee is a Certified Association Executive (CAE), International Coach Federation Certified Coach (ACC), alumnus of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Practices Program and the Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital Coaching in Medicine & Leadership Conference, scholarship recipient to the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership – created at Google and author of two books. She was awarded the Honorary Woman of Courage Award by Pennsylvania Women Work, the Lifetime Achievement Award by Pittsburgh Society of Association Executives and the Women of Integrity Award by Pittsburgh Professional Women.
Mary Lee lives with her husband Arnie von Waldow in O’Hara Township with their dog Bailey and any of their six children, spouses, grandchild or dogs who come home to visit.
Manager of Development
Katie joined the Foundation in 2017 as the Manager of Partnership Giving and Office Systems, and is now Manager of Development. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and Political Science from Clarion University and has ten years of experience in government and non-profit sectors.
Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Katie lives in the Oakmont area with her husband, Shawn, their son, Max, and two cats, Batman and Chloe.
Casey's goal is to ensure everyone is provided with exceptional customer service, care and compassion. Graduating from Seton Hill University, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts & Business. She was awarded the Visual Arts Program Award for Service from Seton Hill University's Visual and Performing Arts Department for providing exceptional community service in various community arts programs within Westmoreland County. She now has over ten years of experience in administrative roles.
Casey now lives in Sarver with her husband, Travis and their two dogs, Mason (a rescue) and Ryu (a Welsh Corgi).