Osteopathic Heritage Foundations Welcome Megan Wanczyk

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundations are pleased to welcome Megan Wanczyk as Director of Programs. In this new position, Ms. Wanczyk will provide leadership for the development, implementation, evaluation, and impact of strategies related to the Foundations’ funding priorities and in the development and execution of communications. 
 
Ms. Wanczyk brings more than a decade of progressive experience in community and regional grantmaking and partnerships to the Foundations’ mission of improving the health and quality of life in the community through education, research, and service consistent with its osteopathic heritage. Most recently, Ms. Wanczyk served as Vice President of Communications and Programs at the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio based in Nelsonville, Ohio. 
 
A graduate of Ohio University’s Master of Public Administration program and the College of the Holy Cross, Ms. Wanczyk lives with her husband and two children in Athens. She currently serves as a board member of the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund. 

“The Foundations are excited to grow our team with Megan’s experience and leadership in key areas of our mission to improve the health and quality of life in the communities we serve,” shared Terri Donlin Huesman, president/CEO of the Foundations.

Osteopathic Heritage Foundations Welcome Megan Wanczyk

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundations are pleased to welcome Megan Wanczyk as Director of Programs. In this new position, Ms. Wanczyk will provide leadership for the development, implementation, evaluation, and impact of strategies related to the Foundations’ funding priorities and in the development and execution of communications. 
 
Ms. Wanczyk brings more than a decade of progressive experience in community and regional grantmaking and partnerships to the Foundations’ mission of improving the health and quality of life in the community through education, research, and service consistent with its osteopathic heritage. Most recently, Ms. Wanczyk served as Vice President of Communications and Programs at the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio based in Nelsonville, Ohio. 
 
A graduate of Ohio University’s Master of Public Administration program and the College of the Holy Cross, Ms. Wanczyk lives with her husband and two children in Athens. She currently serves as a board member of the Ohio Children’s Trust Fund. 

“The Foundations are excited to grow our team with Megan’s experience and leadership in key areas of our mission to improve the health and quality of life in the communities we serve,” shared Terri Donlin Huesman, president/CEO of the Foundations.