Angie Berzonski

Angie Berzonski joined the Community Foundation for the Alleghenies in 2011. As Associate Director, she helps local nonprofits learn more about grant opportunities, manages the Foundation’s grantmaking programs, and assists the Executive Director with management responsibilities. Prior to her current position, she was editor of Johnstown Magazine and worked in public relations, television, and radio. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communications from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

Mike Kane

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.

Kevin Lugo

As Berks County Community Foundation’s Energy and the Environment Program Officer, Kevin manages the Community Foundation’s programs and initiatives that focus on the environment, energy efficiency, and sustainable energy. He is Berks County Community Foundation’s primary staff contact for the Metropolitan Edison Company Sustainable Energy Fund. Prior to joining the Community Foundation, Kevin was the Sustainability and Solid Waste Manager for the City of Reading and a consultant in the solid waste industry. A graduate of Gettysburg College, Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Environmental Studies with a focus on energy economics. A native of Berks County, Kevin is an avid biker who has ridden across the United States twice.



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