Revlan S. Hill

Revlan S. Hill

Executive Director

Revlan is a Harrisonburg/Rockingham County native who came to the Community Foundation in 2006 with almost 25 years’ experience working with donors at two other local nonprofit organizations, Massanetta Springs Camp & Conference Center and WVPT Public Television.

Revlan lives in Bridgewater with her husband, Fred, and together they have four children and two grandchildren. She is passionate about preserving community assets, and working with donors who want to give back to the local community. In her spare time she enjoys mission trips with her church, baking, camping, hiking, gardening, and being with her family.

Ann B. Siciliano

Ann B. Siciliano

Director of Program Services

Ann joined the staff at The Community Foundation in June 2012. She is a native of the Shenandoah Valley, and a graduate of James Madison University. Ann spent 16 years in the pharmaceutical industry as a sales representative with GlaxoSmithKline. In 2003, she stepped away from that career to spend more time with her family, devoting the next eight years to serving as a school and community volunteer. Ann enjoys managing scholarships and working with students, as well as promoting the needs of local nonprofits, in her role at The Community Foundation.

Ann and her husband, Mark, live in Harrisonburg and have two adult children, John and Maggie. Ann is a sports fan and in her spare time she enjoys travel, food & wine, cultural events, ballgames and time with friends and family.

Amanda Bomfim

Amanda Bomfim

Director of Marketing & Program Initiatives

Amanda is The Community Foundation‘s Program Officer. She is originally from New Fairfield, CT. Amanda attended James Madison University to receive her Bachelor of Social Work and her Master of Public Administration. Amanda manages our initiatives: Great Community Give, Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, Rocco Forum on Philanthropy, and our communications and marketing. When Amanda is not at the office, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, reading and watching TV, and exploring new places.

Tammy Duxbury, CPA

Tammy Duxbury, CPA

Director of Accounting

Tammy joined the accounting team at The Community Foundation in November 2018. She is a native New Englander and relocated to Harrisonburg when her husband, Andy, joined the accounting faculty at James Madison University. She spent almost 20 years in public accounting specializing in taxes and financial planning for high net worth individuals. In 2005, her career in accounting transitioned to the academic arena where she brought her professional experience into the classroom at a number of public and private institutions of higher education, including Eastern Mennonite University and James Madison University.

Tammy, Andy, and her father, Mel, live in Broadway on their small farm. Tammy and Andy have three adult children, Jessica, Sarah and Christopher. In her spare time, Tammy enjoys gardening, cooking, antiquing, tending to her chickens and riding her horses.

Amy E. Lemmons

Amy E. Lemmons

Grants Manager & Accounting Assistant

Amy joined TCFHR in November 2016. She grew up in south central Pennsylvania and has a degree in Art History from Arcadia University in Pennsylvania. She moved to Harrisonburg in 2006 after many moves following her husbands’ careers including Northern Virginia, Georgia, South Carolina, Massachusetts, and a year in Venezuela. She brings a wide variety of experience because temping is a great way to get started in a new town. She developed administrative experience and customer service skills working in the security, hospitality, aviation, telecommunications, energy, and retail sectors.

Amy has adult twins: Shannon in Harrisonburg and Chloe in Nashville. Quilting and other fiber arts give her the opportunity to indulge in her passion for textiles and color along with occasional jewelry design. She like to visit the Virginia Quilt Museum, Museum of the Shenandoah Valley and JMU’s Arboretum.

Kristin Coleman

Kristin Coleman

Development Officer

Kristin is The Community Foundation’s Development Officer. She is a graduate of the University of California, Davis (B.A. Political Science, Italian) and the University of San Francisco School of Law (JD). She was a prosecutor in California for nine years, specializing in physical and financial crimes against the elderly and physically/intellectually disabled. She moved to Virginia in 2021 to work as an Attorney Advisor for the United States Small Business Administration’s Office of Disaster Assistance, assisting with their COVID-19 response. She is thrilled to join The Community Foundation and looks forward to taking part in TCF’s mission of service and charitable giving. In her spare time she enjoys reading, needlepoint, involvement with her church and exploring Shenandoah National Park with her daughter Madeleine.

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