Cindy Datig, Chief Executive Officer
Cindy Datig is the chief executive officer of the Dollar Energy Fund and has been with the organization since 1986. From a background in psychiatric nursing to government, and finally into the world of nonprofit, Cindy has been committed to serving disadvantaged populations. She is active as a board member for several state and national organizations, serving as an advocate for low-income families.
Cindy is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization, including program administration, community involvement, research and fundraising, and reports to the board of directors. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Public Administration from Point Park College. In 2010, Cindy was named Nonprofit CEO of the Year by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Nick Meddis, Chief Financial Officer
Nick Meddis is the chief financial officer for Dollar Energy Fund. He has been with the organization since 1986. Prior to the Dollar Energy Fund, Nick worked in the Audit Department of Walt Disney World. Nick is responsible for budgeting, overseeing investments, financial reporting, and the overall internal operations of the organization. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Economics, and Accounting from Thiel College. In 2007, Nick was named a CFO of the Year Finalist by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Chad Quinn, Chief Operating Officer
Chad Quinn joined Dollar Energy Fund as director of development in 2006. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania and brings approximately 10 years of business development and sales management experience to Dollar Energy Fund. Chad is responsible for expanding our programs and services by recruiting new utility partners and expanding our current business activities with our existing utility partners.
Sean Smiles, Chief Information Officer
With over fifteen years of experience in the information technology industry, Sean has spent his career creating new products, applying innovative ways to manage and tailor existing products, and demonstrating problem solving techniques using strong analytical skills and team collaboration. As the chief information officer at Dollar Energy Fund, Sean is responsible for the management of the organization`s technical capacity, analytical and functional operations and a growing IT staff. In addition, Sean has created a Software as a Service product line comprised of custom created systems that support the administration of low-income utility assistance programs. Ensuring data accuracy, security, regulatory compliance, and integration of all systems is a top priority. Sean possesses a Bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems and Computer Science from Thiel College. He was a recipient of the Pittsburgh Technology Council`s 2009 CIO of the Year award.
Sarah Kirk, Director of Accounting
Sarah joined Dollar Energy Fund in October 2006 as Staff Accountant to increase core capabilities in operations. She brings 15 years of accounting and business management experience in non-profit human service organizations to Dollar Energy Fund. Sarah has a Certificate in Management of Non-Profit Organizations from Robert Morris University and earned a Six Sigma Black Belt from Heritage Valley Health Systems.
Cindy McQuaide, Director, West Penn Power, MonPower & Potomac Edison Programs
Cindy McQuaide has been with Dollar Energy Fund since 1999 and brings more than 23 years of experience in working in the low-income, non-profit arena to the organization. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Seton Hill University. In 2007, Cindy was presented with the Westmoreland County "Everyday Hero" award.
Jody Robertson, Director of Communications
Jody has been with the organization since October 2010 and is responsible for public relations and fundraising activities. She has worked in the communications field for over nine years, focusing on media relations, community affairs, communications writing and event planning. Jody holds a Bachelor's degree in Public Relations and Advertising from Point Park College.
Mary Sally, Customer Service Manager
Mary joined Dollar Energy Fund in August of 2002 bringing almost 30 years of call center experience. Presently, she is the customer service manager, responsible for managing the Hardship Program as well as other low-income programs for partner utility companies. Mary`s previous experience was in retail credit and collections, where she worked as both a manager and a trainer.
Danielle Snidow, Director, WV, VA & TN Utility Assistance Programs
Danielle Snidow joined the Dollar Energy Fund, Inc. team in March of 2008. Danielle has over ten years of experience in non-profit fundraising and project management. Her responsibilities include overseeing the WV, VA & TN utility assistance programs, including serving as the main contact for utility partners, media and donors, and leading all fundraising efforts for the programs. Danielle earned her Master's degree in Business Administration from Marshall University. She was recently chosen by The State Journal as a member of the 2011 Generation Next: 40 under 40.
Lisa Stoebener, Director of Human Resources
Lisa Stoebener joined Dollar Energy in 2009. She is responsible for all Human Resource functions including benefits, recruiting, and employee relations. Lisa has nine years of HR experience with a focus in recruiting and employee relations. Lisa received her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Westminster College and her MBA from Robert Morris University. In 2010, Lisa passed her HR certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).