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Megan Hausler Joins Penn Foundation As Controller

Megan Hausler has joined Penn Foundation in the newly created position of Controller. In this role, she will assist the Chief Financial Officer in overseeing the day-to-day fiscal activities of Penn Foundation and its related entities. She will also oversee financial reporting, accounts payable, payroll, billing, cash functions, and a variety of other business areas.

“Megan brings 30 years of experience in the financial field to her role as Controller,” says Francine Mellott, Penn Foundation’s Chief Financial Officer. “Her demonstrated ability to manage multiple business functions will be invaluable as she oversees the financial aspects of 41 diverse programs. With her hands-on experience and dedication to the nonprofit arena, she is clearly a mission-driven professional whom we welcome onto our team.”

“I am excited to be using my talents in an organization devoted to helping others,” says Hausler. “I am drawn to Penn Foundation’s mission and vision. Working with such dedicated staff and learning about the many programs and clients served is very inspiring.”

Prior to joining Penn Foundation, Hausler worked as the Director of Finance for Penn View Christian School in Souderton for 13 years. In that role, she not only oversaw fiscal operations but also IT, facilities, food services, and employee benefits. She also played a key role in the development of the school’s building project in 2004.

Hausler earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from DeSales University and Certification in Human Resources from Villanova University. She is a 2008 graduate of the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Community Leadership Institute and serves as Vice Chair of Manna on Main Street’s Board of Directors.

Since its founding in 1955, Penn Foundation’s mission has been to instill hope, inspire change, and build community. The not-for-profit organization provides a wide-range of compassionate, responsive, and innovative services that address the mental health, substance use, and intellectual disability needs of the community. With a strong belief in the healing power of hope and the resiliency of the human spirit , Penn Foundation partners with more than 10,000 individuals and families each year, helping them to realize their fullest emotional, physical, and spiritual health.


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