Rebecca Sprinson, Executive Director
Rebecca brings a passion for educational access and experience fundraising in the Eugene area. A native of California and a graduate of the University of Oregon Clark Honors College, Rebecca worked as an undergraduate recruiter and admissions counselor for five years, during which time she recruited extensively in Asia, the West Coast, and the Midwest. She served Enrollment Management in marketing and database implementation and spoke about college opportunities to a wide array of audiences. She then worked as Development Director at Oregon Supported Living Program, supporting adults with developmental disabilities.
As Executive Director for the Eugene Education Foundation, Rebecca leads fundraising and community outreach efforts and works with the Board of Directors to set the vision and goals for EEF. She brings a passion for excellence in public education and effective nonprofit leadership.
Dana Fleming, Fundraising Manager & Schools Liaison
Dana Fleming earned a degree in Art History from Birmingham-Southern College in her home state of Alabama. She has since been involved with non-profit organizations in Alabama, Nevada, and Arkansas. The variety of services she helped provide through those organizations included: access to art education, facilitation of the creation and exhibition of public art, employment opportunities for youth, and domestic violence support services. In addition, Dana has been part of the educational community as an art teacher.
After relocating to Oregon with her family in 2012, Fleming served as the head of fundraising for Adams Elementary’s Parent Teacher Organization and was co-coordinator of PAR, Roosevelt Middle School’s parent organization. She currently serves on Roosevelt’s Site Council, South Eugene High School’s Parent Council, and Stand for Children’s Strategy Team.
Fleming is very excited to bring to EEF her breadth of experience, her commitment to community engagement, and her strong desire to make educational access and opportunities widely available to all students.