2020 Karen F. Snider Women In Philanthropy Award Winner

Deborah Donahue

Deborah served as the former Director of Financial Management and Budget for the Office of Developmental Programs in the Department of Human Services. She joined the Commonwealth in March of 2012 and directed the development and implementation of the allocation processes for private ICF’s/ID, Consolidated and P/FDS Waivers and State Centers.

Prior to joining the Commonwealth, Deborah served as the Executive Director of Domestic Violence Services of Cumberland and Perry Counties for more than twelve years. In addition, she has extensive experience in the private sector serving as Assistant Vice President of Chemical Bank and Vice President of Vartan Enterprises.

Deborah received a B.A. in Psychology from Elizabethtown College, a MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and J.D. from Widener School of Law.

Zachary Moore Music Memorial Fund

"TFEC is family to us. It means a lot to have the fund at a place where people cared about Zachary when he was alive, and care about this memorial fund that we’ve established in his honor."

Pillars with Purpose

"TFEC has a can-do attitude. They're invested not just in getting the job done, but also emotionally invested—which makes for a great partner."

Owen's Fund

"I think it's really important that we have a structure and an entity like TFEC to help the community thrive."