The Board of Trustees of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust announced today that Dr. Susan M. Pepin, nationally recognized medical educator, clinician, and researcher, will become the next president and CEO of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust, effective July 28, 2014.
— Posted April 15, 2014 by AZ Business Magazine Republished with permission
“We believe Dr. Pepin’s lifelong commitment to serve others in fields ranging from healthcare to education to culture makes her the ideal leader for Piper Trust,” said Jim Bruner, chair of the search, on behalf of his fellow Trustees.
”I am truly honored to be a part of Piper Charitable Trust’s work with nonprofit partners to positively impact the health and quality of life in Maricopa County,” said Pepin.
In addition to her extensive contributions in neuro-ophthalmology and her leadership in support of women in medicine, she is actively engaged in community service. She serves on the board of directors of Camerata New England, the board of trustees of the Hitchcock Foundation, and the steering committee of the Upper Valley United Way. She is also regional coordinator of the Association of Rhodes Scholars. Previously she served as a rape crisis counselor and a crisis/suicide intervention counselor.
“Sue Pepin is the ideal leader for a foundation committed to understanding a variety of challenges and opportunities facing our community,” said Judy Jolley Mohraz, retiring president and CEO. “She is compassionate, smart, and a quick study with amazingly broad ranging interests and expertise.”
Dr. Pepin is married to Anthony Dietz, an engineer and entrepreneur, and is the mother of five daughters.