Staff Changes At PCFLV

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ALLENTOWN, PA, April 19, 2021 – The Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley (PCFLV) announced today that two of its part-time team will now be full-time and will receive additional duties and new titles.

Tracy Stauffer, the Marketing and Community Relations Coordinator, will now become the Marketing, Community Relations and Development Coordinator in a full-time position with the Foundation. In addition to marketing, community outreach, and fundraising, Stauffer will be working alongside Executive Director Michelle Zenie to create a Development Program.

“I am excited to branch out into the arena of Development,” said Stauffer. “At PCFLV, we have so many wonderful donors and I look forward to strengthening our relationship with them. I am also excited about introducing PCFLV to potential new donors. As a cancer mom, I know how important PCFLV is to local pediatric cancer families. If I can get more people in the Lehigh Valley to learn about and support our mission, PCFLV can provide even more amazing services and opportunities to our families.”

Rhonda Johnson, current Administrative Assistant, will become the Administrative and Marketing Assistant. In addition to her administrative tasks, Johnson will assist Stauffer with marketing and social media tracking, promotions, and postings.

“Working at PCFLV has been an eye-opening experience for me,” explained Johnson. “I knew kids got cancer, but never realized how many kids in our area were warriors. To work here and help these families on a daily basis has been so meaningful. I am thrilled to be able to venture into marketing and social media.”


PCFLV is a local non-profit dedicated to helping local pediatric cancer patients and their families socially, emotionally and financially. Assistance comes in the form of gift cards, scholarships, a bill-paying fund, support groups, a week-long summer day camp, activiites for teens/moms/dads/kids, and much more. For more information about PCFLV, please go to

Information provided to TVL by:
Michelle Zenie