A vision of this scope requires a great effort, and a dedicated team. Learn more about the individuals working towards making the vision of Treasure House a reality.
Jesse Jo Stanton, Program Director
Jesse is a graduate of New York University, where she studied Music and Community as well as American Sign Language. Her focus on arts and disability provide her with a unique perspective within the field of disability services, and she offers this experience to Treasure House program design. Prior to joining the Treasure House team, Jesse developed a program that supports student voices within leadership of Best Buddies International, and also served as a Project Leader for Sing for Hope, an arts nonprofit in New York City. Jesse is passionate about Disability Rights, and is focused on ensuring that all aspects of life at Treasure House support the mission of independence and respect.
Lisa Hartsock, Development Director
Lisa has nearly 30 years of professional experience, most recently as the Director of Foundation and Corporation Relations for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation, supported by a Masters in Health Policy and Administration from University of North Carolina, and a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts from the University of Iowa. She derives her professional satisfaction from experiences that “transform” public policy, perception, and funding priorities. In addition to relying on Lisa for overall fundraising strategies and results, Treasure House is depending on Lisa’s experience with capital campaigns, specifically. Whether raising money to construct a heart hospital, cancer center, dental centers, or additions to the Reagan Library, Lisa has a breadth of experience developing relationships, publishing key messages, and securing funding for projects that change communities and lives.