The Jenco Foundation was established in 2016 by Marvin and Lisa Jawer as a vehicle through which the they and their children could directly support the causes most dear to them and sustain through future generations a commitment to generosity and service to others.
The Jenco Foundation has supported organizations that support education, medical research, and animal welfare. Beneficiaries have included:
The Middleburg Humane Foundation
The Geordan Harris Memorial Fund
Kim Scull - President
Kim Scull started her career as a CPA and has worked in the field of finance and accounting for three decades. She is a strong advocate for high quality STEM education for all children. To that end, she has been a middle school math teacher and an education mentor at the US Space & Rocket Center, empowering teachers from all over the world to incorporate space exploration in their curricula. In addition, Kim volunteers for various faith-based initiatives benefitting children and the homeless. A graduate of the University of Maryland, she resides in the Washington, D.C. area.
Lisa Jawer - Vice President
Lisa has dedicated her career to nonprofit lending, carving out an expertise in that space. As a resident of Fauquier County, Virginia Lisa has also been a long-term volunteer at the local chapter of The Humane Society. In recent years, Lisa has become a certified EMT and volunteers regularly with The Plains Volunteer Fire Company.
Max Jawer - Vice President
Max has focused his energy on causes that support education for at-risk youth as well as responsible environmental stewardship. Max is an investment associate for an affordable housing and sustainability focused real estate investment firm in New York City. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and is a currently a Masters of Science in Real Estate candidate at New York University.
Sabrina Jawer - Vice President
A lifelong ally to vulnerable animals, Sabrina actively supports emergency treatment programs at local shelters. She has also dedicated her efforts to backing liberal arts curriculum at institutions of higher education. Outside of the Jenco Foundation, Sabrina works as a real estate broker and is a graduate of Clemson University. She currently resides in Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Jawer - Secretary
Stephanie is passionate about improving economic equality, education, and social entrepreneurship. Previously, she served as a mentor and Program Board member of StreetWise Partners, a nonprofit organization that helps individuals overcome barriers to employment. She has also worked with public sector agencies and non-profits to build capacity and implement social impact projects. Outside of the Jenco Foundation, she has a background in strategy consulting, communications & training, and customer insights and analytics. Stephanie is a graduate of Georgetown University.