Nikki is energized by the opportunity to encourage and support others in making positive contributions to our communities. She takes great joy in the simple yet meaningful act of offering encouragement.
Over the course of more than two decades, Nikki has served purpose-driven professional organizations as a leader and service provider. In her most recent role, she had the privilege of leading a team of financial consultants at Everence, where they served non-profit organizations, businesses, and churches in Central Pennsylvania. Additionally, she contributed to the growth of the organization’s services and the charitable foundation.
Nikki’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Messiah University and a Master of Arts in Organizational Development and Leadership from Shippensburg University. To deepen her expertise, she also earned the CAP (R) Certified Advisor in Philanthropy credential from The American College of Financial Services.
In her community, Nikki serves on the Board of Bridge of Hope National and is a member of West Shore Free Church. She and her husband, Andy, reside in Mechanicsburg and have two children – Ava and Zack. Nikki and Andy enjoy supporting their children in their sports activities and outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, and fishing!
Person I most admire:
My mom–who models being “interested” over “interesting”
People would be surprised to know:
I lost my hearing in both ears between the ages of 35 and 40 and had surgeries to restore it. My favorite sounds are squeaky sneakers in a gymnasium and hearing my kids laughing together. I don’t take sounds for granted!
Finding four leaf clovers
Gardner’s peanut butter meltaways and Starbucks pumpkin spice lattes