Ashley|Rountree welcomes two new leaders

By Heather Hise
VP, Marketing & Communications

Ashley|Rountree and Associates has added two full-time positions to its leadership team that oversees projects and initiatives supporting nonprofit organizations.

Doug Scott is Ashley|Rountree’s new vice president of fundraising solutions and grants, and Shane Stuber joins the company as vice president of talent and leadership.

“We’ve seen incredible growth in these areas in the last several years, from annual fund and major gift plans to grant writing and vacancies in nonprofit organizations’ key roles,” said Lisa Betson Resnik, Ashley|Rountree’s chief operating officer. “It became clear that we needed to dedicate full-time leadership to ensuring we could meet increasing demand for our counsel and assistance.”

Shane Stuber, left, and Doug Scott.

The work of both positions was previously carried out by several part-time employees, all of whom remain on Ashley|Rountree’s roster in various consulting capacities.

Scott joins Ashley|Rountree from River Heritage Conservancy, where he served as development director. In that role, he raised $21 million toward the organization’s capital campaign and established its annual fund. Scott was previously vice president of mission advancement for The Healing Place, where he led a $29 million capital campaign and diversified revenue sources, establishing new earned annual revenue of $1.9 million to strengthen agency sustainability.

As the head of Ashley|Rountree’s fundraising solutions and grants teams, Scott will manage the sales pipeline as well the consultants that assist nonprofits with a full range of fund development initiatives, including grant research, writing, and administration.

“I am delighted to join Ashley|Rountree’s talented team of nonprofit professionals,” said Scott. “The organizations we serve are the backbone of our communities, and I am excited to work with our partners to grow fundraising, expand services and strengthen sustainability across the sector.”

Prior to joining Ashley|Rountree, Stuber oversaw recruitment and retention efforts as vice president of team member services for Synchrony Health Services, a 3,200-employee division of Trilogy Health Services. He also spent time as the Trilogy Foundation’s associate vice president of foundation and workforce funding and held leadership positions with several local nonprofits, including The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Hosparus Health.

Stuber will lead Ashley|Rountree’s search, interim staffing, and professional coaching teams, which help nonprofit staff and boards of directors as they seek to fill leadership roles within their organizations and develop talent that drives impact and outcomes.

“I couldn’t be more excited to join Ashley|Rountree and Associates,” said Stuber. “This fantastic team has been helping create true impact in the nonprofit sector for more than 20 years, and I’m honored and blessed to serve our community through this important work.”