Cliff Mayo, Board Chair
Cliff Mayo joined the Board of Directors in June 2018, after previously serving on the YNPNdc Leadership Team from August 2014 to June 2016. He is currently the Compliance Manager for the Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless in Rockville, MD, where he does a bit of everything but with a focus on organizational management. Cliff is also involved in community planning in his home of Hyattsville and is an avid baseball fan.
Anna Corona, Vice Chair
Anna Corona joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as Vice Chair in June 2018. She currently works as a Program Manager for the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP), a non-profit with a mission to protect and promote the optimal health of women, children, and families. Outside of her professional and volunteer life, she enjoys reading, traveling, and exploring the DC/NoVA food scene.
Kolby Keo, Secretary
Kolby joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as Board Secretary in July 2019. He is a senior associate at The Harbour Group where he manages public diplomacy programming and digital strategy. Kolby also serves as president of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP), a global nonprofit dedicated to building a community of dynamic and diverse policy leaders to tackle global challenges.
Sarah DiPasquale, Director of Programs
Sarah DiPasquale joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as one of two Directors of Programs in July 2019. She is a communications professional who enjoys helping organizations, teams and individuals get from “problem” to “solution” by listening, innovating and coordinating on new programs, platforms and training opportunities. She currently works at Goodwill Industries International as Manager of Learning and Engagement. In her free time, she can be found running on one of the nearby trails or at her local farmers market.
Brittany Huffman, Director of Programs
Brittany Huffman joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as one of two Director of Programs in July 2019. Brittany (she/her/hers) is an enthusiastic and creative program administrator with a passion for helping others help others. With experience in both the arts and public health, she's currently employed with CADCA, working with their excellent trainers to provide the most up-to-date public health information to their wonderful member coalitions. She's also actively involved in community theatre, working both on- and off-stage with Little Theatre of Alexandria in Alexandria, VA.
Tracy Gnadinger, Director of Communications
Tracy Gnadinger joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as Director of Communications in July 2019, after previously serving on the communications committee from 2015-2017. With experience in strategic health communications, she is passionate about public health and well-being and blogs about type 1 diabetes and life with a cat called Norm. She currently spends her days as a Content Marketing Specialist at ASCO, the world's leading professional organization for those caring for people with cancer.
Jeanette Gass, Director at Large
Jeanette Gass joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as one of two Directors at Large in July 2019. She currently works for the International Association for the Study of Pain, an organization for those working on pain research, education, and management as Manager, Global Programs. She also volunteers with ASAE: The Center for Association Leadership. Jeanette has an MS in Nonprofit and Association Management from UMUC, an MA in Global Communication from GW, and a BA in International Studies and Anthropology from The University of Iowa.
Sarah Miller, Director at Large
Sarah Miller joined the YNPNdc Board of Directors as one of two Directors at Large in July 2019. She moved to DC after achieving her Masters of Public Administration and Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management at the University of Arkansas - Little Rock. For her day job, Sarah works as a Development Coordinator for the DTA Foundation. She also sits on the marketing and communications committee for AFP-DC and is a newswire contributor for the Nonprofit Quarterly. Sarah aims to spend her entire life serving the nonprofit sector, an industry in which everyday heroes are changing the world.