Angie Berzonski joined the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies in 2011. As Program & Communications Officer, she helps local nonprofits learn more about our grant opportunities, manages the Foundation’s grantmaking programs, and oversees its publicity and marketing. Prior to her current position, she was editor of Johnstown Magazine, and worked in public relations, television, and radio. Angie volunteers with several local nonprofit organizations and coaches girls’ high school soccer. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communications from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.
Mike Kane has been at the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies since 2001. During that time he has had the opportunity to work with hundreds of donors throughout Bedford, Cambria, Somerset and Indiana counties and beyond. He is interested in donors’ stories and aspirations and in the many different ways to better our community. He has served a number of boards of organizations in support of philanthropy, community and economic development, conservation, the arts, and education. Mike and his wife, Elizabeth, have two children, James, a junior at the Georgia Institute of Technology; and Ellie, a freshman at the University of Pittsburgh. His hobbies include running while listening to his favorite playlists and having his heart broken each year by the University of Pittsburgh football team.
Heidi Williamson joined Berks County Community Foundation in 2001 as the director of communication. She later became vice president for communication and currently serves as the vice president for programs and initiatives. Prior to joining the Community Foundation, Williamson was the manager of global communication at Exide Corp., where she developed and implemented the organization’s first international internal communication strategy. She began her career as an editor at SmartHealth, a custom publishing company for hospital newsletters. Williamson earned a master of arts degree in strategic communication and leadership from Seton Hall University, and a bachelor of arts degree in English/professional writing from Kutztown University. Williamson has served the community foundation field as a member of the CommA steering committee, including serving as chair for the 2009-2010 term. Before accepting the grantmaking role at the foundation, Williamson served on the program committee for the community information site and television station bctv.org, on the advisory committee for the communication major at Penn State Berks, and as vice chair of the Reading Public Library board of trustees.