Jacqui Griffith was born in Bryn Mawr, PA, and has been a resident of Solebury Township since 1993. Since moving here, Jacqui has devoted herself to local organizations and causes. Her family joined Trinity Church in Solebury and she has served the church in many volunteer capacities, including being a member of the vestry and co-chairing the annual house tour. When her children were young and attending Buckingham Friends School, she was a dedicated volunteer there. Here are a few of her other accomplishments: chair of the New Hope Solebury Library; vice-president of the Phillips’ Mill Community Association; member of the board and development committee of Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, also chairing their annual gala; and chair the Phillips’ Mill Art Show. In addition Jacqui has volunteered for the SPCA capital campaign, the New Hope-Solebury Library gala, and the Hepatitis B Foundation gala. And she did all this while earning two different master’s degrees and serving on boards at her universities. Jacqui is an inspiration to all of us.
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