York, PA — WITF announced that three new members were elected to the WITF Board of Directors at the board’s December 2016 Annual Meeting. They are: Jane Conover, President & CEO of the York Community Foundation; Patricia Vance, long-serving former State Representative and Senator from Cumberland County, and Charles Hooker, President & CEO of Keystone Human Services.
The three new members join a regional board of 25 influential community leaders who govern and guide the mission of WITF— “to strengthen our communities by connecting us to each other and to opportunities for lifelong learning.” WITF’s media services include public television (WITF-TV), two public radio services (WITF 89.5 and WYPM 93.3 Chambersburg), a regional magazine (Central PA) in partnership with the Patriot-News, websites (including WITF.org and ExplorePAhistory.com), statewide radio networks for public and commercial stations (Pennsylvania Public Radio and Radio PA), and a production services division (Media Solutions).
Jane Conover has been President and CEO of the York County Community Foundation since May 2015. She joined the Community Foundation in March 2010 as Vice President of Community Investment and managed $3 million in grantmaking programs, led community improvement efforts, and managed special initiatives for the Foundation. Before joining the Foundation, Ms. Conover was the Chief Community Officer at the YWCA of York, and also served as the Housing Director for the Citizens Planning and Housing Association in Baltimore, MD.
Ms. Conover earned a Masters in Social Work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and a Bachelors in Finance from Fairfield University in Connecticut.