Heather Modjesky joins Conestoga Eye with an extensive background in non-profit administrative management, marketing and communications, and media relations. Heather’s previous employers include Linden Hall School for Girls, Junior Achievement of Central Pennsylvania, Clare House, and Franklin Pierce University.
After participating on Dr. Silbert’s last medical mission to Ecuador in the Spring of 2015, Heather became interested in the social mission of Conestoga Eye and our passion to help others. Heather believes joining Conestoga Eye is an unprecedented opportunity to do great work with great people. In addition to her work with Conestoga Eye, Heather will serve as executive director for KinderSee, a partnership of Conestoga Eye with School District of Lancaster that enables students from underprivileged homes to receive vision screenings, eye examinations, glasses and pediatric medical eye care at no cost to them. Heather will help foster greater coordination between the school district and Conestoga Eye and enable KinderSee to reach more children throughout Lancaster County.
Heather is a skilled public relations consultant, graphic and web designer, copywriter and editor, and social media strategist. She has also developed and executed national and international marketing campaigns for several organizations throughout the United States. Furthermore, Heather is a trained in-bound marketing specialist and approved moderator and facilitator of deliberative dialogue from the New England Center for Civic Life.
Heather holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in both History and English Literature from Franklin Pierce University, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She is also a 2015 graduate of Leadership Lancaster and has been a long-time volunteer with the US National Parks Service, Philadelphia.