Tammy Weinman

Vice President of Support Services

Tammy is the first point of contact for clients, prospects and consultants. She provides personalized assistance to clients and Hartsook’s consultants. Her commitment to client service creates a culture of excellence. Tammy is a graduate of Wichita State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Business Management and a minor in Entrepreneurship.

Denise Rhoades

Vice President of Communications

Denise is Hartsook’s professional writer with more than two decades of experience developing case statements and campaign success stories for clients from virtually every nonprofit sector. Utilizing a powerful combination of intuition and accuracy, Denise is adept at creating a concise and compelling case for support tailored to each client.

Business Development and Support Services Associate

A graduate of Wichita State University with a degree in Communication, Ashle spent several years working as a television news producer before serving as public relations coordinator at the Wichita Art Museum. Ashle leverages her strong communications, administrative and organizational skills to elevate the overall client experience.

Graphic Designer

During her nearly twenty years with Hartsook, Graphic Designer Lori Cox has designed numerous case statements, success stories and other collateral materials for Hartsook clients in the U.S. and abroad. Lori has a passion for nonprofits and uses her design skills to create compelling material in support of each campaign.

Graphic Designer

Laura offers an array of complementary skills in editing, graphic design and photography to Hartsook’s study process and marketing strategies. With an eye for visual and verbal detail and cohesion, she is driven to get the job done, beautifully and on time, while maintaining positive rapport with clients and collaborators.

Graphic Designer

Ellissa uses her artistic abilities and creativity to design unique case statements and collateral materials for clients. She’s served with numerous nonprofits. She lived in South Africa where she worked in a hospice caring for HIV aids patients, and worked with the Keystone Project in Houston where she assisted with refugees from Myanmar and Thailand.