CPSF Welcomes Seirup As Community Engagement Manager

The Corvallis Public Schools Foundation welcomes Erika Seirup as its new Community Engagement Manager. Seirup will play a pivotal role in strengthening connections between CPSF, the local community, and the public schools it serves.

“We are delighted to welcome Erika to our team,” says Angela Hibbard, Executive Director of the Corvallis Public Schools Foundation. “We have seen remarkable growth in community support, and it has become increasingly apparent that there is a greater need than ever for this collaborative effort to ensure that every student receives the support they need to thrive. Erika’s deep-rooted commitment to CPSF’s mission will undoubtedly advance our efforts to enrich educational opportunities for all students in our community.”

Bringing a wealth of experience in community-centered development, Seirup joins the Foundation following her tenure as the Director of Development & Communications at the Chintimini Wildlife Center in Corvallis. Seirup’s dedication to building meaningful relationships with community partners and supporters was instrumental in driving significant growth for the organization.

Seirup is eager to begin her work in the community and to further CPSF’s mission of supporting all children in reaching their full potential.

“I am thrilled to join the Corvallis Public Schools Foundation and contribute to its important work of reducing barriers and expanding opportunities for every Corvallis student,” Seirup says. “My commitment is to listen to and advocate for the needs of Corvallis students, families, and educators while working collaboratively with the community to achieve CPSF’s goals.”