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Alumni

Prokopchuk joins Waynesburg University

She will hold the position of director of Development

Matthew Stultz Nov 21, 2017

Jena Prokopchuck has joined Waynesburg University as director of Development, the University announced Tuesday.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome Jena to our team,” said Vice President for Institutional Advancement and University Relations Stacey Brodak. “Her stellar experience in program development will be valuable as we look forward to further enhancing our reputation through building new partnerships.”

Prokopchuk brings a combined 26 years of experience in annual, major and planned gift strategies to meet both capital and long-term organizational and development goals.

“I’m happy to join such a talented team of professionals,” said Prokopchuk. “I’m looking forward to contributing to the development efforts and building upon the strong tradition of faith-based, service-oriented education that Waynesburg University offers.”

Since 2009, Prokopchuk has served as the director of the Rosenbaum Family House (RFH) and Volunteer Services for WVU Medicine. She directed a full range of services associated with operating the 40-unit residential facility which serves the families of patients and outpatients receiving care at WVU Medicine.

As director of Volunteer Services, she directed the hospital’s volunteer program and Friends Auxiliary Gift Shop.

Prokopchuk is active in the Morgantown community as a member of the Rotary Club of Morgantown, an officer for the Monongalia County Child Advocacy and board member of Empty Bowls, a nonprofit organization offering assistance to Monongalia County agencies who support individuals and families threatened by food insecurity.

Previously, she served as the executive director of the United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties.

Prokopchuk holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, specializing in public relations, with a minor in business administration from West Virginia University.

She resides in Morgantown, West Virginia, with her family.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 22 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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Ashley Wise, Director of University Relations

724-852-7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu