The DWPC Executive Board is comprised of members of our community who are passionate about serving women and families. Each has committed time and energy in our programs and projects, and each has built new friendships with fellow DWPC members.
Cindy Thatcher, President
I am a realtor with Steve Smith & Associates Keller Williams Consultants in Dublin. In my spare time I like to walk and play tennis, travel and be with my girlfriends. Kindness inspires me. I love helping and being resourceful for people who ask me to do so.
Jen Sommers, Vice President
I have been a member of the DWPC since 2018 and I am passionate about giving back to the community. I work for The Cleary Company, Remodel | Design | Build as a project developer. In my spare time, I enjoy reading a good book, enjoying the great outdoors, spending time with family and friends, cooking and entertaining. . . and, I love to travel!
Kathy Mangiola, Secretary
I have been a member of the DWPC since 2019. Having spent the last 28 years in southern CA, I became involved with the club when my husband and I relocated to Dublin. I had hoped to meet interesting women while contributing to the community — I have not been disappointed. I also enjoy cooking anything Italian, Ohio State football and my dog Bongo.
Wendy Stohr, Treasurer
I joined DWPC in 2018 shortly after my youngest child left for college. Being involved with this wonderful organization is extremely rewarding and gratifying.
Although retired, I spend time working at our small family business. Family is my number one joy, followed by tennis and traveling.
Megan Watkins, Assistant Treasurer
My family and I moved to Dublin in 2019. I joined the DWPC in 2022 after learning about the organization. I joined to meet women with similar interests, especially with a focus on giving back to the community. I work for Huntington National Bank as the IT Director for the Enterprise Data Warehouse. My family is my number one priority and keeps me on my toes between school activities and sports. In my spare time, I love to travel and and spend time outside hiking, biking, boating or just enjoying the sunshine.
Jen Gladish, Membership Chair
I’ve been a member of the DWPC since 2016. I was born and raised in Dublin and am a proud graduate of Coffman High School. I am grateful to be part of such a wonderful organization and enjoy all of the opportunities to give back to our community. When I’m not juggling cobras, I love to kayak and spend time with my family and yellow lab, Kahlua.
Pam Stein, Advisor
I have been a member of the DWPC for 11 years and I really enjoyed getting to know the ladies and making new friendships. I have been on the Executive Board for a number of years and served as President in 2021. It makes me happy to be part of a club that gives back to the community and a club that continues to make a difference in the community.
Terri Butler, Trustee
I was active in the DWPC in the nineties and then rejoined about seven years ago. I am a retired English professor that loves photography, traveling, cooking, entertaining, gardening, walking and spending time with my family and friends. I’m also a huge OSU Buckeye fan. I love this group because we give back to our wonderful Dublin community in so many ways, and our members have a great camaraderie.
Sharon Zimmers, Trustee
In 2001, I moved to Dublin to become Superintendent of the Dublin City Schools. My very first speech was to the Dublin Women’s Club. I became a member shortly after. I am concerned about those less fortunate and believe the DWPC does a great job helping others. I am a graduate of Miami University of Ohio and Bowling Green State University for my doctorate. I have been fortunate to have travelled with my family to all seven continents.
Chris Lippe, Trustee
My family and I moved to Dublin in 1990. I have been a member of DWPC since 1992. In 2019, I retired from my position as a Magistrate Judge at Franklin County Common Pleas Court. I enjoy meeting our new members, working with our long time members, and am dedicated to our mission of serving the Dublin community and raising funds for scholarships.