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Celebrating our RLS Foundation FamilyTuesday, September 20, 2016
Zibby and Faith For the last two years, the Foundation has had the privilege of working with two exceptional employees - Faith and Z...
Zibby and Faith
For the last two years, the Foundation has had the privilege of working with two exceptional employees - Faith and Zibby! Read more about these members of our RLS Foundation family below.
Every organization has one individual with a vast set of experiences that makes them a “jack of all trades.” At the Foundation, Zibby Crawford, the Foundation’s Marketing and Communications Coordinator is this individual. Zibby covers many areas of responsibility, from planning and coordinating the RLS Foundation's presence at meetings and conferences to compiling our eFriends mailing and managing our technological upgrades … It’s a good thing she is the ultimate multi-tasker! Her thirty years of marketing experience has enhanced our outreach.
Before the Foundation, Zibby worked in the high tech industry but fell in love with the nonprofit sector when she served as Board President for the National Charity League, Capital of Texas Chapter. Zibby's warm, bubbly and outgoing personality make her a joy to work with. She is always ready to teach a new skill or lend a hand. She has raised four kids, is waiting patiently on grandkids, but until then has a chihuahua rescue dog, Daisy.
Zibby’s motto is “Spread joy!” and she carries that spirit with her each and every day.
When calls come in to the Foundation with questions, concerns or requests, they are answered with a positive, friendly voice ready to help. Faith Duncan is usually the first to greet callers, ready to help with any and all issues. Many times it's as simple as helping members log on to the Members Only section of our website. But, Faith has fielded any number of calls ranging from despair about this often debilitating disease, to requests from volunteers wanting to share knowledge with others in their community.
Faith put aside a career as an engineer to be a stay at home mom for many years. She became an active member of a non-profit where she served on the Board of Directors at the National Charity League, Inc., Capital of Texas Chapter, a mother-daughter service organization. Now, with her youngest in college, Faith has taken on her position as Member Services Coordinator and tackled some difficult software and processes with her very analytical, engineering approach and problem-solving abilities!
We are very fortunate to have her very sharp mind as well as her compassionate spirit - Faith has made such a difference here at the Foundation. We wish her a Happy Birthday this month, and hope you have the opportunity to experience her uplifting, positive attitude in the future ... you are not alone!