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Calagione, Evans and Rawak Join DCF Board of Directors

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The Delaware Community Foundation welcomes Mariah Calagione, Lynn Evans and Chrissi Rawak to its Board of Directors.  

Leaving the DCF board are Thomas D. Wren, Thomas L. Sager and Nicholas Lambrow. The DCF thanks these three members for their time and commitment to the board. 

More about the new board members: 

Mariah Calagione has spent the past 28 years working for Dogfish Head, leading its grassroots marketing, PR and social media teams until ultimately focusing on her true passion, Beer & Benevolence, Dogfish Head’s charitable-giving arm.  She now serves as the Boston Beer Co. social impact leader, working across all of the company’s brands and locations. Calagione and her husband, Sam, have two kids and two dogs and live in Lewes.  

Lynn Evans works as the director of the Women’s Leadership Initiative at the University of Delaware, dedicated to advancing gender equity through programming and advocacy for students and professionals from all industries. In previous roles, she has worked for over 35 years in asset management at BlackRock and JPMorgan. Evans and her husband, Joe, live in Wilmington and have two daughters and two granddaughters. 

Chrissi Rawak has served as the director of athletics, community and campus recreation at the University of Delaware for the past seven years, leading the university’s intercollegiate athletics program, consisting of 21 Division I men’s and women’s sports as well as the University’s recreation services department. Rawak and her husband, Glenn Hill, have three children.