Teresa Stover

Four Way Community Foundation Board Member
Dates of service: 2018-current

Teresa Stover is a technical writing and project management consultant, an Oregon business since 2000. She has recently served as a nonprofit interim executive director, implemented a feasibility study and needs assessment, and managed grant programs. She has authored 14 books about business productivity software and project management.

Dedicated to her community, Stover has served as a disaster and public affairs volunteer for the American Red Cross. After the library system closed in 2007, she joined the group of volunteers which formed Josephine Community Libraries, Inc., raising awareness and funds to reopen the libraries in 2009. She also worked for the effort that formed Josephine Community Library District in 2017. Stover holds a BA in English Literature from University of California at Santa Cruz.

“Nonprofit organizations do the hard work of improving our community and society and transforming lives for the better. I’m honored to be a part of an organization that provides the fuel — that is, funding — for these transformational machines.”