Piper Trust CEO/President visits Rotary Club of Scottsdale

Dr. Susan M. Pepin, M.D., Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust President and CEO with, from left, Tim Baughman, Club President  and other Rotary Club of Scottsdale Rotarians who also serve as lifetime Trustees of Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust: Jim, Bruner, Paul Critchfield and Arthur DeCabooter.

Dr. Susan M. Pepin, M.D., Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust President and CEO with, from left, Tim Baughman, Club President and other Rotary Club of Scottsdale Rotarians who also serve as lifetime Trustees of Virginia G Piper Charitable Trust: Jim, Bruner, Paul Critchfield and Arthur DeCabooter.

Rotary Club of Scottsdale members and guests recently received an update about Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust from its president and CEO, Susan M. Pepin, M.D.

Dr. Susan M. Pepin, M.D., Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust President and CEO.

Dr. Susan M. Pepin, M.D., Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust President and CEO.

The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust supports organizations that enrich health, well-being and opportunity for the people of Maricopa County. The trust concentrates its efforts in six areas: Arts and Culture, Children, Education, Healthcare and Medical Research, Older Adults, and Religious Organizations.

Dr. Pepin is a nationally recognized medical educator, clinician and researcher; she joined Piper Trust as president and CEO in July 2014.

The trust works side by side with nonprofit organizations as a partner, helping them to identify problems, build expertise, find solutions, and become continually stronger and more effective. The trust strives to be a vital part of Maricopa County – not only as a source of leadership and financial support, but as a neighbor sharing a lasting stake in the county’s future.

Club President Tim Baughman welcomes local business professional (both working and retired) to join other community and business leaders who have gathered together for over 60 years to serve the youth of Scottsdale while supporting Rotary International’s global efforts to promote education, health, sanitation and peace.

For more information about Rotary Club of Scottsdale’s upcoming speakers, projects, programs and meeting dates/locations visit www.scottsdalerotary.org.

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