Ryan Roberts has served as the Scott Community Foundation Executive Director since March, 2008. Prior to this position, Ryan served a non-profit organization in the child welfare field for ten years.
Ryan’s duties for community foundation are to facilitate, coordinate, and develop the Scott Community Foundation in line with the mission statement. His wealth of knowledge has been a huge asset to the Scott Community Foundation. When he is not working, Ryan enjoys spending time with his family and watching his kids play sports.
Assistant Executive Director
Pam Caldwell brings considerable expertise to her role. Previously, she served at the Garden City Community College Endowment Association for 20 years. Garden City Community College Endowment is the “on-campus” foundation that raises funds for academic and technical scholarships and is also involved in special projects on campus and funding grants for the GCCC professors and staff.
In January 2013, Pam became the Assistant Executive Director for the Scott Community Foundation. Her main duties include accounting and policies, but she also participates in the decision making for the foundation and is involved with individuals in the community. When asked about her career, she will tell you it’s a joy to work for an organization that helps others and makes a big difference!
Some of Pam’s hobbies include playing the piano, reading, scuba diving, golfing, water skiing, and fishing. Although, currently, most of her spare time goes to renovations on her house! Pam also loves spending time with her husband and doing things together as a couple.
Community Development Coordinator
Julie Niehage began work for the Scott Community Foundation in May 2015. Her previous experience includes working for K-State Research and Extension for 5 years. Julie’s career with the Scott Community Foundation filled the Community Development Coordinator position. Her main role as the Community Development Coordinator is to engage community members and communicate the foundations objectives through marketing!
Some of Julie’s hobbies include riding horses and playing with her two dogs KT and Lucy!
Community Healthcare Coordinator
Brinlee is A native of Scott City and a 2009 graduate of Scott Community High School. She earned a Bachelor's degree in economics from Oklahoma State University in 2014. Her past experience includes working for a financial/technology firm in Oklahoma City before returning to Scott City.
Brinlee began at the Scott Community Foundation as an intern in December of 2015. In May 2016 she began her current full-time position as the community healthcare coordinator where her position includes the work of coordinating all hospital fundraising efforts through the Scott Community Foundation in order for donors to receive full tax benefits of their donations.
When Brinlee is not working she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and traveling when she gets the chance.