HARRISBURG, PA — The Commonwealth’s leading voice for smart growth, 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania, has named Stacie Reidenbaugh of Lancaster as its new president and CEO. Reidenbaugh was appointed last month by the BOD following an exhaustive search process that began in April 2018. Reidenbaugh succeedes Interim CEO Dan Wofford, who will remain associated with 10,000 Friends as a senior consultant. “The Board of Directors has enthusiastically selected Reidenbaugh to be our next president,” said Caroline Boyce, Chair of the Board. “We are fortunate to have someone of Stacie’s caliber and experience step up to lead 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania. I’m enormously excited about this next chapter for the organization under Stacie’s leadership.” A native of Lancaster County, Reidenbaugh brings more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, public policy, planning, and community development to 10,000 Friends. She most recently served as executive director of Lancaster Lebanon Habitat for Humanity, stepping down in January after 15 years. Reidenbaugh is the Board Chair and co-founder of Habitat for Humanity PA and serves on the boards of Housing Alliance of PA and Moravian Manor.