SourcePoint announces the appointment of Stephanie Steinbeck as director of community programs and the hiring of Kim Schuette as director of communications and development.
The move comes as part of a reorganization of leadership responsibilities to better serve members and clients now and in the future, according to Executive Director Robert Horrocks.
“We are pleased to have these two very experienced and committed professionals on our senior management team as we continue and extend our mission to help older adults in Delaware County to set a course to live well and thrive after 55,” Horrocks said.
“Both women bring in-depth knowledge and achievement to our organization—Stephanie Steinbeck, with her professional expertise and in-depth knowledge of SourcePoint and the Delaware County community, and Kim Schuette, with her extensive work in communications and development for a wide range of nonprofits.”
Steinbeck, Sourcepoint’s former director of communications and development, took on this new role to help expand the organization’s programs and services throughout Delaware County. She now will oversee the enrichment center, insurance education and counseling, nutrition program, including Meals on Wheels, six dining centers, kitchen and catering functions, and the caregiver support program.
Prior to her work with SourcePoint, she worked in educational publishing for Pearson Education/Prentice Hall Publishing, marketing textbooks and educational technology in a $3.8 million territory representing 120 colleges across the country. Prior to that, she served the Columbus area hospitals for seven years in the field of health communications for MedQuist.
Steinbeck has her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University. She also is a 2009 graduate of Leadership Delaware County and has served the Delaware community in a number of volunteer service roles. Steinbeck is a member of the National Institutes of Senior Centers.
Schuette joined SourcePoint as its new director of communications and development in January 2017. In this position, she is responsible for SourcePoint’s public relations and marketing programs, including advertising, media relations, social media, website content, publications, and outreach, as well as to oversee its fundraising efforts.
Before joining SourcePoint, Schuette was the director of communications for the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio. Previously, she was media relations manager and editor for Lancaster Pollard, a national mortgage financing firm specializing in healthcare and senior living headquartered in Columbus, as well as the communications manager for the Ohio Historical Society in Columbus.
Having more than 25 years of marketing-communications experience for regional, state, and national nonprofit organizations, Schuette also has an extensive background in marketing successful fundraising campaigns and soliciting corporate sponsorships of events.
Schuette is a graduate of Ohio Northern University in Ada, with a bachelor’s degree in political science. She received her master’s degree in journalism and public relations from Marshall University in Huntington, W. Va. She is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and the Columbus Arts Marketing Association.