InVision Foundation Welcomes New Vice President
The InVision Foundation is pleased to announce that Ann Felter has joined the organization as its new vice president. As she fills this role within the Foundation, Ann will lead all aspects of development and fundraising for InVision.
Ann’s dedication to supporting her community aligns with InVision’s core values. “Ann brings experience from 20 years of fundraising and leadership for non-profit organizations in Pennsylvania,” said Rachel Murphy, corporate relations officer. “We look forward to her innovation and strategies that will help ensure the future success of our family of companies.”
Prior to InVision, Ann held executive leadership positions for non-profit organizations with missions focused on children, education, women’s health, and the arts. Ann is an alumna of Gettysburg College and Indiana University, where she obtained degrees in music and arts administration, respectively.
“InVision’s focus on the individual and creating innovative, transformational pathways to success for them inspires me. I am honored to be a part of the InVision team championing the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism,” said Ann.
Ann currently resides in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania.