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Stuff the Bus Foundation Announces New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Stuff the Bus Foundation announced Magen Estep Siegrist has been named Executive Director of the non-profit organization dedicated to helping children, teachers and families in Southern Kentucky.

Siegrist has served the last few years on the Board of Directors of the Stuff the Bus Foundation. She has nearly 10 years of non-profit experience in the Bowling Green community.

“Magen will be a wonderful asset for the Foundation,” said Kyle Wolz, Stuff the Bus Foundation President of the board of directors. She has extensive non-profit experience, a passion for the work and strong community relationships that will help us positively impact more students in Southern Kentucky.”

Since 2005, the mission of the Stuff the Bus Foundation has been to provide a level playing field for all children in Southern Kentucky. As Executive Director, Siegrist will be responsible for creating partnerships and relationships with the community. Her duties include working with the Board of Directors to plan, promote and execute the organization’s events, promote awareness, strategic planning and development.

“I am thrilled to work with the Stuff the Bus Board of Directors, our corporate sponsors, the community and our area schools in this capacity. I love the mission of our organization and am so proud of all those that have contributed to the work over the last 20 years. I look forward to strengtheningcurrent relationships and building new ones as we help level the playing field
in the classroom for all students,” Siegrist said.

She begins her new position on February 1.

“As we begin our 20th year of creating a level playing field for children thru Southern Kentucky, I couldn’t be more proud to reach this stage of growth in hiring our first Executive Director. Magen’s track record of being a driven community leader is unmatched, and I have personally had the chance to work with her at community events for over a decade. The Stuff the Bus Foundation will continue to grow under her leadership of day to day operations,” said Tony Rose, founder of the Stuff the Bus Foundation.

For more information about the Stuff the Bus Foundation, please visit their website at

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