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Susan Mayernick serves as Vice President of Development for Asbury Foundation. Susan leads the major and planned gifts program for the Foundation and works with all of Asbury’s community Foundation Directors to increase support for benevolent care, endowment and capital projects. Susan is often on the road supporting Asbury Communities’ initiatives in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee as well as leads Asbury’s Grants program. With over ten years in planned and leadership gift experience, Susan brings expertise to residents and friends of Asbury to structure charitable giving arrangements that benefit both their financial and stewardship goals. Many of these plans involve the use of charitable trusts and other planned giving arrangements. Susan is a member of the Estate Planning Council of Central PA and Chair of the Hershey Area Women’s Connection.
Heather Mattingly is the Director of Development for the Asbury Foundation at Asbury Solomons. She has served the residents of Asbury Solomons for 8 years, spending the last 4 with the Asbury Foundation. In addition to her role acquiring major gifts to support Benevolent Care, scholarships and capital projects, Heather is the team lead for the Foundation Partnership Program. During her time with the program, she has helped ease transition stress for over 50 Asbury residents while securing around 6 million dollars in entrance fees and charitable gifts.