Marshfield Area Community Foundation Seeking Next Executive Director

The Marshfield Area Community Foundation announces with mixed emotions the resignation of Stacey Schultz, who has served as Executive Director for the past five years. Stacey has accepted a new opportunity as the Executive Director at the Homer Foundation in Homer, Alaska where she will continue her exemplary work leading a community foundation.

During her tenure, Stacey has made significant contributions to the Marshfield Area Community Foundation, including the oversight of several projects and new funds administered by the Foundation, and deepening relationships with donors and partners. Stacey’s leadership has been instrumental in growing an already robust scholarship program and bringing efficiencies to several of the Foundations processes. Stacey has been a driving force behind our mission to connect people who care with causes that matter to enrich the quality of life here in the Marshfield area.

“We are deeply grateful for Stacey’s dedication and visionary leadership,” said Ryan Christianson, Chair of the Board of Directors. “While we are saddened to see Stacey go, we are excited for her new opportunity and are confident that she will continue to make a positive impact in her new role.”

Stacey’s last day with the Marshfield Area Community Foundation will be August 9th. The Board of Directors is confident they speak on behalf of the entire community as they wish her all the best in her future endeavors and look forward to seeing the continued success of the of the Foundation through this transition and beyond.

The Board of Directors has initiated a search for a new Executive Director and is committed to finding a leader who will continue to build on Stacey’s accomplishments. Information on that role is available at The application deadline is July 8th, 2024.

For more information, please contact the Executive Committee at

About the Marshfield Area Community Foundation

Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Inc. is a public, 501(c)(3) charity established in 1993. Since its inception the Foundation has grown from an initial challenge grant of $25,000 to over $16 million in assets. These funds include unrestricted funds, designated funds, field of interest funds, scholarship funds, donor advised funds, project specific, fiscal sponsorship funds and legacy funds. More information is available at

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