President & CEO

Rich Haddad

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Rich oversees all aspects of K21’s operations and reports directly to the board of directors. He is responsible for all financial reporting to the board, and with a background in investment and financial planning, he also oversees all investment relationships regarding prudent management of the foundation’s funds. He interacts with local community leaders and organizations to find the best opportunities to see K21’s mission succeed through grantmaking and community participation. Rich is a graduate of Grace College with a degree in business and accounting. He also holds a Master of Science in Non-Profit Management.

Rich and his wife Kathy enjoy lake living in Kosciusko County. He is actively involved with various water sports, golf, and running. He has two children and two grandchildren who love to visit and engage in all the amenities our community has to offer.

Grants Manager

Jennifer Stewart

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Jennifer is the primary contact for K21’s grantmaking work. She not only helps potential grantees get started on their requests but manages the process and relationships for all grants approved by the board. She is also focused on the marketing of K21, covering all areas from media to sponsorships to website management. She is actively involved with the community to help promote ideas that will create and maintain a healthy community. As a long-time resident of Kosciusko County, Jennifer graduated from Warsaw Community High School and went on to double-major in business administration and psychology at Grace College.

Jennifer and her husband Scott are actively involved with their two sons, daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren. She thrives when hosting events for her family and friends, including entire collegiate soccer teams. She loves to lead worship at her church and enjoys staying active on our great greenways.

Office Manager

Angie Summers

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Angie is responsible for ensuring the smooth functioning of K21’s day-to-day activities. These include finance, facility management, and hosting both K21 and community events at our office. As a former grantee, Angie is very familiar with K21 and its mission. She has over 15 years of experience in Kosciusko County’s non-profit sector and has a passion for improving our community. This experience also allows her to participate in problem solving and idea development for health initiatives K21 could support. Angie obtained her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Grace College in 2007, followed by a master’s from the IU School of Social Work in 2011.

Angie enjoys spending time with her husband, Craig, and their three children, each actively involved in recreational and travel sports. In her free time, she enjoys reading, relaxing on Chapman Lake with family, running on local trails, and participating in various outdoor activities.