Executive Leadership Team
VisionCorps executive leadership team includes:
Dennis L. Steiner
Dennis Steiner has been instrumental in the management of operations, success and growth of the organization. He began working at VisionCorps in 1983. He led the expansion and construction of VisionCorps’ Lancaster facility and the development of facilities in Lebanon and Philadelphia. Under his leadership, VisionCorps expanded its rehabilitation services to include Chester County, and a 2017 merger with For Sight Vision that resulted in the expansion of service into York and Adams Counties.
He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. in rehabilitation and an M.A. in rehabilitation and counseling.
Steiner is the former chair of UniqueSource, formerly the Pennsylvania Industries for the Blind and Handicapped, and serves as a member of the board of directors and former president of the National Association for the Employment of People Who are Blind. He currently serves on the boards of directors of the National Industries for the Blind and VisionServe Alliance. Steiner is a delegate to the World Blind Union, an international organization committed to improving the lives of people who are blind or vision impaired. He is a member of the Lancaster Lions, and a Leadership Lancaster alumnus.
Contact him for more information about the history, growth, or future plans for VisionCorps.
Megan Sofilka Tomsheck
Vice President/Chief Development Officer
Megan Sofilka Tomsheck, who began working at VisionCorps in 2007, oversees fundraising and development of VisionCorps Foundation, the fundraising arm of VisionCorps. This includes annual campaigns, grant writing, and the annual signature rappelling event – The Eye Drop – to raise funds to support the empowerment of individuals with vision loss to attain independence. She also leads marketing and community relations for the rehabilitation services department and the Foundation.
She has a B.S. dual degree in English writing and communications from the University of Pittsburgh. Tomsheck serves on the board of directors for the Lancaster City Police Foundation and the Manheim Township Fire Foundation, and is a member of Lancaster Lions Club.
Contact her for information on how you can invest in your community and help those living with vision loss through donations of your time, talent and treasure. She is also in charge of speaking engagements and would love to speak to your community, social, service or church group and share information about VisionCorps.
Vice President/Business Development and Marketing
Sherry Harry researches and develops new business opportunities to increase revenue and employment for the blind and vision impaired. She leads the BD/Sales and Marketing Group and is responsible for the marketing the products and professional services made by the Enterprise Group. She is a company liaison for National Industries for the Blind, Unique Source, and the agency’s government partners like DOD/DLA, USDA, VA and Bureau of Prisons. Harry began working at VisionCorps in 2012.
She holds a B.S. in business administration and a minor in marketing from The Pennsylvania State University.
Harry is a member of the Penn Square Rotary Club, Women’s Networking Group, L3 and the Lancaster City Alliance Downtown Merchants Committee.
Contact Harry for business partnerships opportunities, purchasing VisionCorps’ products, marketing for the Enterprise Group products and services, and to contact production employees.
Vice President/Chief Financial Officer
Jodie Reinhart leads the VisionCorps’ finance team, and oversees financial reporting, budgeting, auditing and strategic planning. She started at VisionCorps in 2004.
She holds a B.S. in biology from Elizabethtown College, a B.S. in accounting from Lebanon Valley College, and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Reinhart is the board chair for Samaritan Counseling Center.
Vice President, Operations/Chief Operating Officer
Beth Tice is responsible for operations at VisionCorps, and is focused on improving manufacturing processes and developing the teams at all locations. She began working at VisionCorps in 2018.
She holds a B.S. in accounting from Lebanon Valley College, and a certificate in human resources from Cornell University.
Tice is the past president of the Milagro House Board, serves on the Extraordinary Give committee with the Lancaster County Community Foundation, and is a member of the Ethics in Business Steering Committee and the Diversity Committee for the Lancaster Society for Human Resource Management.
Contact her if you are interested in partnering with VisionCorps.
Vice President/Rehabilitation and Education
Chris Ament sets the strategic direction and leads the day-to-day operations of rehabilitation, prevention and youth services. He began working at VisionCorps in 2002.
He holds a B.S. from The Pennsylvania State University in rehabilitation services and an M.Ed. from the University of Pittsburgh in vision studies with a dual certification in orientation and mobility specialist (COMS) and teacher of students with vision impairment.
Ament is a board member with Ephrata Areas Social Services, a member of the Lebanon Lions Club, and a volunteer with World Blindness Outreach.
Contact him for information about advocacy, education or services for individuals who are vision impaired.
Vice President/Chief Information Officer
Chuck Blair manages the application of technology to help achieve VisionCorps’ mission. He began work at the organization in 2017.
Blair holds a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.
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Board of Directors
Brad W. Risch, Chair
Carey Uniacke, Vice Chair
Emily Bomberger, Treasurer
Doug Harris, Secretary
Dan Blakinger, Legal Counsel
Zach Klipa, Past Chair
Foundation Board of Trustees
Dennis Steiner, President
Tom Kile, Chair
Bryan Martin, Secretary/Treasurer