Foundation Welcomes a New Community Investment Officer
By Maura TeynorDecember 14, 2018
Siera Marth has been named the community investment officer at the Richland County Foundation.
Foundation President Brady Groves said “the community investment officer plays a vital role to meet the expanding grantmaking needs of the Foundation. With Siera on board, we will be able to collaborate on additional projects.”
Marth most recently was employed at Malabar Farm State Park in Lucas, spending the past two and a half years as the assistant park manager. At Malabar, Marth coordinated the park budget, paid personnel, volunteers, community outreach, events, social media, and the retail gift shop. She also maintained close relationships with friends’ groups at the park including the Malabar Farm Foundation.
Prior to working at Malabar Farm, she was an editorial staff member at the AgriNaturalist Magazine.
She earned her bachelor’s of science degree in Agricultural Communications from The Ohio State University in Columbus and is a graduate of Clear Fork High School. She is an officer and member of the Clear Fork FFA Alumni, an officer and member of the Richland History Alliance, Bellville Street Fair Livestock superintendent, former Apple Fest Committee chair and former 4-H Advisor.