WEST ROCKHILL — Dorothy K. Weik-Hange has been named chair of the Penn Foundation Board of Directors.
She has been on the board since 2014 and most recently served as vice chair, Penn Foundation said in a release.
In addition to her volunteer work at Penn Foundation, she is a partner in the Landis, Hunsberger, Gingrich & Weik, LLP law firm.
She succeeds Margaret Zook, who was board chair for the past nine years and has been a board member since 1997. Zook will remain on the board and serve as vice chair.
"With the ever-changing healthcare landscape bringing new, non-traditional competition, increased regulatory pressures and rising costs, Penn Foundation has been blessed with loyal leaders who are passionate about our work and are committed to adapting and evolving our services to remain relevant. It is their consistent and focused leadership, coupled with the exceptional service and expertise of our 450 staff members and the incredible support of our community that has enabled us to enter our 65th year of service," the Penn Foundation release said.
"This is a historical time for us at Penn Foundation and a time for us to use this milestone year to focus on the future and dream of what can be possible. We remain committed to seeking new ways to strengthen our programs and expand our services, reaffirm our mission, further integrate technology, forge new strategic partnerships and seek the integration of services that promote efficiency, effectiveness and an excellent customer experience."