ARDMORE, Okla. — The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Board of Directors announced today that Stacy Newman has been selected as the new director of philanthropy for The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation.
Newman, who joined Noble Research Institute in 2018 as the development officer for fundraising operations, will manage and execute philanthropic activities on behalf of the Noble Foundation. Her duties will include overseeing grant-making and scholarship programs. She also serves as an organizational representative for related community committees, activities or events.
Born and raised in Ardmore, Newman earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Oklahoma. After graduation, she worked for Noble Energy as a senior accounting manager. Newman spent three and a half years working for Noble Energy in Houston before returning to Ardmore to work for Noble.
Newman is on the Cities in Schools board and serves as the treasurer for Habitat for Humanity. She is the co-director for Robbie’s Chase 5K Run.
“Stacy’s work experience provide her a strong foundation for leadership. She cares about the Noble Foundation’s grant recipients and is an excellent ambassador for the organization.”
Susan E. Brown, Noble Foundation chairman of the board of directors
“Being able to work with our grantees has afforded me the opportunity to see their tremendous work and how it is bettering our communities. We are thankful to work with organizations that help others succeed through their devotion of time and energy.”
Stacy Newman, Noble Foundation director of philanthropy
The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Inc. (noblefoundation.org), headquartered in Ardmore, Oklahoma, continues the philanthropic legacy of Lloyd Noble by funding agricultural research and making charitable grants that cultivate good health, support education and build stronger communities.
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