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PA Breast Cancer Coalition Staff

Executive Director

Jennifer graduated from Shippensburg University with a degree in Communications & Public Relations.  She started at the PA Breast Cancer Coalition in 2002 as the public relations coordinator, became the program director in 2005 and executive director in July 2012.

She is committed to working with survivors, researchers, corporate leaders, legislators and grassroots advocates to find a cure for breast cancer and to improve the lives of those living with the disease.

Jennifer is a 2010 graduate of the Leadership Harrisburg Area program and a member of Public Relations Society of America.  She serves on the Stakeholder Leadership Team for the PA Department of Health.

She lives in the Harrisburg area with her husband Paul and daughters Olivia and Stella.

Corporate Development Manager

Ellen joined PBCC in April of 2015 to head fundraising efforts in the corporate, foundation and local business sectors.  Drawing upon an extensive career in special project management and fundraising, Ellen is well equipped to seek the business community’s support for PBCC’s mission. Some of her more recent projects include the acclaimed CowParade® Harrisburg 2004 and the City of Harrisburg’s 150th Anniversary Celebration.  Ellen has served as a board member of the Dauphin County Library System, the Susquehanna Art Museum, the Dauphin County Historical Society and Open Stage of Harrisburg.  She is also an active member of the Rotary Club of Harrisburg.   

When she is not raising money and awareness for the PBCC, Ellen and her husband David breed and raise sport horses on their farm near Harrisburg.


Database Manager

Michelle joined the PA Breast Cancer Coalition team in March 2013 and she is excited to begin her professional career with the PBCC.  She graduated in August 2012 from Temple University with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Public Health.  She brings a background of breast cancer research through her experience as an intern at the University of Pennsylvania.  As Database Manager, Michelle manages all constituent information and donations.  She also assists with Refunds for Research and serves as a collaborative member of the team for a variety of special events.  Michelle is a proud alumnus of the Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity.  

In her spare time, she enjoys traveling to Philadelphia and Ocean City, Maryland to visit friends.  Some of Michelle's favorite things include figure skating, the color pink, kittens and pizza.  

Director of Finance and Administration

Tricia began with the PBCC part-time in November 1997. She was brought on one day a week to help pay bills and do general office jobs. She became full-time in April 1998 and is now responsible for all of the day-to-day accounting functions along with managing the contracts for Refunds for Research grants and the annual conference exhibitors, audio/visual needs and signs.

Tricia is married to Tim who is a high school teacher and they have four kids – Sean, Samantha, James & Joshua. She is an avid Pittsburgh Penguins, Steelers & Pirates fan. In her spare time she enjoys photography, reading and knitting.

Administrative Manager

Stacy joined the PBCC staff in November 2013 as a part-time office assistant and now works as Administrative Manager. She is a graduate of Bowling Green State University with a degree in Economics and Political Science. After spending 5 years as a military spouse, living in Alabama, California, and Montana, she is happy to be settled in Central Pennsylvania, working for an organization that makes a difference in the lives of women and families affected by breast cancer.

She currently lives in Palmyra with her husband, Justin. Some of Stacy’s favorite activities include reading, browsing used book stores, taking care of her animals, and playing tabletop games.


Communications Director

Natalie joined our PBCC staff in 2012. As Communications Director, she works on video production, social media efforts, website updates, media outreach and PBCC programs. Natalie is a 2007 graduate of Elizabethtown College where she majored in Mass Communications.

She is honored and excited to be part of this wonderful team, fighting for this incredible cause. Some of her favorite things include popcorn, coffee, going to the movies, gardening, spending time with her family, playing softball and cheering on the New York Yankees.

Natalie currently lives in Elizabethown with her husband, Eric and their shar pei, Yogi.

Director of Patient Advocacy

Dolores started with the PA Breast Cancer Coalition as a consultant for the first conference in 1995, and became a full-time employee in 1997. For the next several years her time was divided between the annual conference and the Mother’s Day Mammogram program. The experience gained through the mammogram program provided excellent training for her current position as Director of Patient Advocacy. While the PBCC advocates for all women in Pennsylvania through programming and legislative change, Dolores advocates on a one-on-one basis for women who might otherwise fall through the cracks in the system. She helps them navigate their way toward accessing quality medical care. It is a job that is both challenging and rewarding and she feels blessed to work with colleagues who support one another in an atmosphere of mutual respect.

Dolores is also a singer/songwriter, volunteers at hospitals in Philadelphia with the Musicians on Call program, and is an avid Phillies fan.

Community Outreach Director

Kristen Snoke is an Elizabethtown College grad with a major in Corporate Communications.  She began her professional life at the United Way of Lancaster County before coming to the PBCC in January 2012. As the Community Outreach Director, she is responsible for assisting Grassroots Partners in executing events, coordinating volunteers and overseeing the Traveling Photo Exhibit.

Kristen is proud to be a part of the PBCC team and is committed to the organization’s mission of helping create a brighter tomorrow for women battling breast cancer. She lives in Landisville with her husband and two cats.  While not at work, Kristen can be found volunteering with the Junior League of Lancaster, reading, home-decorating, cheering on Penn State or spending time with friends.  

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