The Board of Directors of the Wayne Pike Chapter of the American Red Cross and Regional CEO Robert Cherundolo announce the appointment of Trish Tyler-Davis as the Executive Director of the Wayne Pike Chapter.


The Board of Directors of the Wayne Pike Chapter of the American Red Cross and Regional CEO Robert Cherundolo announce the appointment of Trish Tyler-Davis as the Executive Director of the Wayne Pike Chapter.

Having served as the Office Manager of the Wayne Pike Chapter for the past three years, Tyler-Davis will succeed Marita Wenner, who has retired after 17 years with the Chapter.

Tyler-Davis was selected to carry out the American Red Cross mission within our community after an extensive national search. A life-long Lake Ariel resident, Tyler-Davis brings 17 years of corporate financial and three years of Red Cross management experience to her new appointment. With a BS in Accounting and MBA from Marywood University, Tyler-Davis knows the importance of effective and on-going relationship building for non-profit organizations. Since 2005 she has had the opportunity to create and maintain relationships that are vital to the Wayne Pike Chapter. “I have the pleasure of working with many wonderful clients, organizations, vendors, sponsor groups, local media outlets, and outstanding volunteers”, says Tyler-Davis, “I am happy to be able to continue to work with our current supporters and hope to forge bonds with new supporters.”

Tyler-Davis is very enthusiastic about continuing to support the American Red Cross mission and serving both the Wayne and Pike county communities.  Please join us in congratulating Trish on her new post, and wish her continued success in her career with the American Red Cross.

For more information, please contact 570-253-2310.

The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disasters at home and abroad, collects and distributes nearly half of the nation's blood supply, teaches lifesaving skills, and supports military members and families. The American Red Cross, a charity and not a government agency, depends on voluntary contributions of time, money and blood to perform its humanitarian mission.