Grants & Communications Officer, Staff
Madeline Pieper-Wolff joined the Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley as the Grants and Communications Associate in May 2023. Prior to joining the Community Foundation Team, Madeline served for 10 years as Columbus State University’s Title IV federally funded grant Empowered Youth of Columbus (EYC) Program Director where she was responsible for designing, managing, and upholding the mission and vision of EYC along with financial and multi-program reporting. Madeline was awarded the Columbus State University (CSU) Collaboration Award in 2017 and a follow-up nomination in 2018, the Boys & Girls Club of the Chattahoochee Valley Champion of Youth Award in 2018, CSU President’s Staff Excellence nomination in 2018, CSU’s Living Our Values Award and Civic Engagement Award in 2021.
Madeline is originally from Northern Illinois and a graduate of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota with a degree in Studio Art. While in college, she maintained academic and soccer scholarships along with studying abroad in Italy. She holds a certification in Youth Mental Health First Aid and volunteers for Habitat for Humanity, 3d Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment and 2nd Hooah’s annual Mogadishu Mile. She has served as a community council member for MCSD Elementary Schools, partnered with Leadership Columbus to prepare EYC students with college and career readiness education, and an American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Out of the Darkness committee member.
Madeline and her husband, Darryl, volunteer for their community and enjoy traveling the world together.