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Leadership Team

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Stacie Rohn

Chief Executive Officer

The youngest of seven children, Stacie grew up understanding the importance of ensuring children have a good start in life. The Eastern Panhandle native has spent over 25 years working with under-served children and families in West Virginia. As the Chief Executive Officer, she manages clubs in all three counties and is responsible for board  and community engagement. 

Stacie has committed her professional life to creating hope and opportunity for West Virginia youth. She serves on the Boys & Girls Club of America President's Council representing West Virginia and is on the organizational leadership advisory board for the WVU  Chambers College of Business and Economics. 

​Stacie was named the Maytag Dependable Leader in 2016, was recognized as the 2017 West Virginia Mother of the Year, and  named the Citizen of the Year in 2018 by the Martinsburg Elks. In 2020, she was named a Woman of Distinction by Girl Scouts of the Nation's Capital.  In 2021, she was named the Midwest Executive of the Year by Boys & Girls Clubs of America.  She is the mother of Rebecca and lives in Martinsburg with her husband, Rick and her two Dachshunds Reggie and Roxie.

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Amber Glennon

Director of Grants and Operations

Amber was born and lived in Southern California where she began her Boys & Girls Club experience during elementary school.  When she moved to Berkeley County in 1992, she 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 Grants and Operations for the Boys & Girls Club of the Eastern Panhandle.


She lives in Martinsburg with her husband, two sons, two dogs and a cat.


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Patricia Howard

Office Manager

Originally from Massachusetts, 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 in the Eastern Panhandle.


Patty’s background includes numerous years of business experience in accounting, insurance brokerage and customer service for employers like EG&G Wakefield Engineering, and Benefits Council of America. She and her husband Ralph ran their own florist business for 11+ years, have been married for more than 50 years, and have one adult son, Scott 


 In her spare time, Patty enjoys dancing, walking, reading, cooking, and crocheting.

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Patty McIntyre

HR/Business Director

A New Jersey Native, Patty came to West Virginia to study and play softball at Shepherd College (now Shepherd University) and never left the area. After receiving her degree in Therapeutic Recreation, she worked as a retail manager for years.


When she wasn’t working or coaching her daughters’ sports teams, Patty spent her free time volunteering at the Boys & Girls Club by mentoring and playing games with club kids.  After leaving her long-standing career in retail, she wanted to use her leadership and team building skills at the Boys & Girls Club. She now spends her days recruiting, coaching, and developing staff who can bring out the best in our kids.  She also works with volunteers and local businesses to ensure that our facilities are safe and meet our programming needs.


Patty and her husband Jeff live in Inwood. They have two adult daughters and two granddaughters.

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Trina Bartlett

Director of Resource Development and Marketing

Growing up with parents who were among the first members of the Peace Corps, Trina was raised in an environment that taught the importance of giving back to your community. A licensed social worker, she has spent more than 30 years working in the health and social services sector in a variety of capacities, including as a public information officer near the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, as a community organizer to address adolescent health and development, and as a nonprofit director.


Trina has enjoyed combining the writing and marketing skills she learned while obtaining her bachelor’s degree in communication at Ohio University with the ability to make a positive impact on the lives of others with her master’s degree in social work from West Virginia University. As the Director of Resource Development and Marketing, she loves sharing stories about the impact the Boys & Girls Club makes in the lives of families and encouraging others to help create more of these stories with their philanthropic gifts.


Trina lives in Martinsburg with her husband, Giles Snyder, and their various furry children. They also have two human children: adult son, Shepherd, and adult daughter, Kendall.


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