Our Staff

Our Staff

Beth Tevlin
Executive Director

beth@wvcf.org

Kelli Miller
Program Director

kelli@wvcf.org

Alaina Burton
Director of Communication

alaina@wvcf.org

Jonathan Eilbracht
Community Engagement Officer – Clay County

jonathan@wvcf.org

Ruth Hallam
Executive Assistant

ruth@wvcf.org

Profiles

Beth Tevlin, Executive Director, has been with the Wabash Valley Community Foundation since it opened its offices in 1991. Beth assures that the Community Foundation is meeting its donors’ charitable goals in an effective and efficient manner. In addition to overseeing the operations of the Community Foundation, Beth works with area residents or their professional advisers to assist them in creating the fund that will achieve their charitable desires. An attorney, Beth is involved in the West Central Illiana Estate Planning Council, the Terre Haute Bar Association, and the Indiana State Bar Association. She has presented numerous programs for attorneys, accountants, brokers and financial planners on working with the Community Foundation.

Kelli Miller, Program Director, joined the Community Foundation in 1995 as the administrative assistant and after a brief hiatus returned in 1997. She assumed her current position in 1998. Kelli administers the scholarship programs for the Community Foundation. She also oversees the Vigo County grant cycle and all designated and donor advised grants. A member of Leadership Wabash Valley class, Kelli is the Community Foundation contact for questions related to our scholarship program or our grant program.

Alaina Burton, Director of Communication, works with the Executive Director and marketing committee in the creation, implementation and evaluation of the marketing and communication efforts of the Community Foundation. Alaina is the contact for logo usage permissions and guidelines.

Jonathan Eilbracht, Community Engagement Officer for Clay County, works with our Clay County affiliate and Giving Circles, 100 Women Who Care and Guys Who Give Clay County.

Ruth Hallam, Executive Assistant, has more than 30 years of experience in administrative positions with Indiana State University and the Sisters of Providence at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. Ruth was associate director for the Sisters, working with the annual and planned giving programs. She studied human services and women’s services through the SMWC WED program and has participated in many professional development classes and seminars.