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Erica Land joined the senior leadership team of the St. Charles City-County Library Foundation in April 2015 as Executive Director of the Library Foundation with responsibility for planning and implementation of fundraising initiatives including donor and corporate relations, major gifts, planned giving, community partnerships, and special events. She will also work with the Friends of the Library membership to further the literacy initiatives of both organizations. Erica will focus on community engagement and fund development for the Library Foundation’s literacy outreach services and Friends of the Library community events and member relations.
Her experience working with non-profit boards, initiating strategic fundraising plans, and her professional and personal connections in the community will help the Library District and Library Foundation provide services to a broad audience. Erica most recently served as Director of Advancement for Academy of the Sacred Heart and also has experience with St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation and the YMCA. She has a B.A. in Business Administration and an M.A. in Human Service Agency Management from Lindenwood University.
Erica lives in St. Peters with her husband Lonnie and their two sons, Lonnie 8 and Harrison 5.
Lisa Dunham has been with the St. Charles City-County Library Foundation since August 2007 as a Development Specialist. She manages marketing for the Library Foundation, is the staff liaison for the Friends of the Library membership organization and facilitates large and small special events for both organizations throughout the year. She enjoys that her work is closely connected to her personal interests -- a love of the St. Charles City-County Library District and the belief that literacy is a vital part of personal development.
Lisa's experience includes both professional and volunteer service within the private, public and trade association sectors. Prior to joining the Library Foundation, she served in a communications role for Morrison-Knudsen (now Washington Construction) at the Weldon Spring Site Remedial Action Project. Her experience also includes working for the National Association of Electrical Distributors and serving as Director of Governmental Communications for St. Charles County, Missouri. Lisa is an Ambassador for the Cottleville/Weldon Spring Chamber of Commerce, serves on the St. Charles County Parks Advisory Board and has also volunteered with the American Diabetes Association, Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, Camp Hickory Hill Central MO Diabetic Children's Camp and is an active member of the Rotary Club of Cottleville/Weldon Spring, recently serving as President.
Lisa and her husband Mark live in Cottleville with their daughter Marlee and are advocates of literacy as a key to her future success.
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