Keystone's Management Team
Mary McKeown, President/CEO
Mary became President/CEO of Keystone in April 2016. She has over 30 years of experience working in community-based organizations and was the Vice President of Programs at Keystone prior to becoming President/CEO. Before coming to Keystone, Mary was the Executive Director of the Highland Friendship Club, and worked at Merriam Park Community Services, Capitol Community Services and DARTS. Mary has a BSW and a Master of Arts in Health and Human Services Administration.
Sharon Boodoo, Director of Finance and Operations
Sharon joined Keystone in September 2016. She is responsible for Finance, Human Resources, IT and facility management functions within Keystone. She brings 20 years of experience in nonprofit management, leadership development and strategic alignments. Sharon has a BA in Business Management and recently completed the University of St. Thomas Institute for Executive Director Leadership.
Jen Winterfeldt, Director of Community Relations
Jen oversees Keystone’s volunteer program, coordinates the Keystone Business Partners program, manages communications and fund development, and helps support a myriad of Keystone events and activities. Jen joined the Keystone team in 2014 and has years of experience coordinating volunteer programs, developing programs and managing events. Jen received a BA from St. Olaf College.
Chris Ohland, Director of Youth Services
Chris is responsible for the management and supervision of Keystone’s youth programs: Community Kids and Youth Express. Chris was the Executive Director of Youth Express prior to their 2013 merger with Keystone and has worked in the youth development field for 20 years. Chris completed his Masters degree in Teaching from Hamline University in 2013.
Paige Sumera, MSW, LGSW, Director of Senior Services
Paige brings over sixteen years of experience in senior services to her role. Paige oversees case management, Meals on Wheels, in-home services, and active seniors programs. Paige joined the Keystone team in 2009 and began as a Waiver Case Manager and was promoted to Director of Case Management Services prior to her role as Director of Senior Services. She has a BA in Social Work and Women’s Studies from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and received her Master’s in Social Work from UW.
Christine Pulver, Director of Basic Needs
Christine has over 15 years of supervisory experience and has successfully managed efficient, people-friendly food shelves since 2001. She joined Keystone in 2006 and oversees our food shelf, Foodmobile and crisis assistance programs. In addition to her BA from University of La Verne, she has a Master of Arts from United Theological Seminary.
Randy Treichel, Enterprise Director
Randy is responsible for current enterprise operations, development of new social enterprises and facilitating youth leadership. Prior to this role, Randy worked at Youth Express for 22 years to create youth enterprise and employment opportunities. He earned the Certified Entrepreneurship Teacher designation with the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship in 2000 and in 2004 completed a Master of Public Affairs degree through the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota.