Stacie Rohn serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle where she manages clubs in all three counties. She is responsible for board engagement, resource development, marketing, and program services. She has worked and volunteered for Boys & Girls Clubs for over 20 years.
Stacie has spent the majority of her professional career working with under-served children and families in West Virginia. A native of the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, Stacie has committed her professional life to create hope and opportunity for West Virginia youth. She serves on The Martinsburg Initiative Executive Board and was the past chair of the Jefferson-Berkeley Alliance on Substance Abuse Prevention.
Stacie was named the Maytag Dependable Leader in 2016, was recognized as the 2017 West Virginia Mother of the Year, and most recently named the Citizen of the Year by the Martinsburg Elks.
She is the mother of Rebecca and lives in Martinsburg, WV along with her husband, Rick.
Amber was born and lived in Southern California where she began her Boys & Girls Club experience during elementary school. She moved to Berkeley County, WV in 1992 and became a member of the Martinsburg/Berkeley County Club. Amber is a graduate of Hedgesville High School. She attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and completed her Bachelors’ Degree in Biochemistry at Shepherd University. She began working with the Martinsburg/Berkeley County Club in 2004 as a member of the Summer Program Staff. Amber has held multiple positions in the Club since that time and is the current Director of Operations for the Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle. She lives in Martinsburg with her husband and two sons.
Vanice is the Unit Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Jefferson County in Charles Town, West Virginia. She has been a part of the Boys & Girls Club of America family for nearly 5 years, with experience within both the Eastern Panhandle and Washington County, Maryland.
Vanice is a Shepherd University graduate with her Bachelor of Arts in History and a minor in Education. Her upbringing in Haitian American culture helps fuel her passion for working with youth, and non-profit organizations. Outside of the Club she loves to spend her time drawing, reading, and playing piano. Her favorite club activity is the Art Club, and spending quality time with her club kids.
Sandy was born and raised in Berkeley Springs, WV and has worked at the local Club since 2001. She started her career as a volunteer, teaching Arts & Crafts when her son joined the Club and has been there ever since. She is currently the Unit Director for Morgan County.
Sandy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Fairmont State College with a minor in Speech and Theater. As a mother of three (3), they all grew up with the Boys & Girls Club. In her spare time, she enjoys painting and poetry. Her favorite quote is “Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass...It's about learning to dance in the rain.”
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Patty came out of retirement to join the Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle as a Program Staff member in 2017 and has since been promoted to her current position as Finance and Office Manager. She serves many roles in this capacity, being the “Go To” for all the financial and administrative functions for all three Clubs that make up the Eastern Panhandle.
Patty’s background includes numerous years of business experience in accounting, insurance brokerage and customer service for employers like ECG Wakefield Engineering, and Benefits Council of America. She and her husband Ralph ran their own florist business for 11+ years, married for 50 years, their one son- Scott works for Medstar Georgetown. In her spare time Patty enjoys dancing, walking, reading, cooking and crochet.