Stacy Roscoe, Interim President & CEO
Ventura County Community Foundation
The board of directors of the Ventura County Community Foundation named longtime civic leader Stacy Roscoe as interim president and CEO, effective Oct. 1, 2014.
Roscoe’s new role with the foundation coincides with his planned exit from the VCCF board after 12 years of service.
A retired Procter & Gamble executive, Roscoe served as chair of the VCCF Real Estate Committee and was instrumental in helping the community foundation buy the VCCF Nonprofit Center in Camarillo and see it fully occupied by nonprofit tenants.
“Stacy is the perfect person to serve at this time,” said Gary E. Erickson, VCCF board chair. “His executive skills combined with his knowledge of VCCF from a dozen years of service on the board ensure the foundation will transition smoothly to new leadership.”
Roscoe, who lives in Ventura, was named a 2014 Local Hero by the VC Reporter for his volunteer work. He also has served on the boards of Casa Pacifica, the Ventura County Economic Development Association, the Carnegie Museum and the Association of Water Agencies.
The top priority of the VCCF board of directors is to identify a permanent president and CEO, Erickson said.
The board hired Morris & Berger of Glendale, a recruitment firm specializing in the nonprofit sector, to mount a national search for the foundation’s next chief executive.
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