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Betty Anders
Corporate Secretary
563-264-6852
banders@stanleyfoundation.org
Betty Anders
Corporate Secretary
Amy Bakke
Creative Director
563-264-1500
abakke@stanleyfoundation.org
Amy Bakke
Creative Director
Karol Beatty
Accountant
563-264-6862
kbeatty@stanleyfoundation.org
Karol Beatty
Accountant
Lonnie Buchanan
Program Assistant
563-264-6856
lbuchanan@stanleyfoundation.org
Lonnie Buchanan
Program Assistant
Todd Edwards
Program Officer
563-264-6855
tedwards@stanleyfoundation.org
Todd Edwards
Program Officer
Jill Goldesberry
Program Officer
563-264-6857
jillg@stanleyfoundation.org
Jill Goldesberry
Program Officer
Linda Hardin
Receptionist
563-264-6850
lhardin@stanleyfoundation.org
Linda Hardin
Receptionist
Anya Loukianova
Program Officer
563-264-6851
aloukianova@stanleyfoundation.org
Anya Loukianova
Program Officer
Patty Papke
Director of Production, Events,
563-264-6869
ppapke@stanleyfoundation.org
Patty Papke
Director of Production, Events,
Dana Pittman
Corporate Treasurer, Business Manager
563-264-6865
dpittman@stanleyfoundation.org
Dana Pittman
Corporate Treasurer, Business Manager
Keith Porter
President & CEO
563-264-6863
kporter@stanleyfoundation.org
Keith Porter
President & CEO
Jennifer Smyser
Director of Policy Programming
563-264-6884
jsmyser@stanleyfoundation.org
Jennifer Smyser
Director of Policy Programming
Rei Tang
Associate Program Officer
202-390-0559
rtang@stanleyfoundation.org
Rei Tang
Associate Program Officer
Donna Vandygriff
Assistant to the President
563-264-6858
dvandygriff@stanleyfoundation.org
Donna Vandygriff
Assistant to the President
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