BCFS Taps Stelter as Director of Learning and Development

BCFS has named Patricia Stelter its new Director of Learning and Development, focused on professional development strategies aligned with BCFS’ organizational vision and core values. She has a strong background in developmental learning and curriculum development, and has been recognized as an expert by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, receiving the organization’s Excellence Award in 2013.

Photo: Patricia StelterBCFS Health and Human Services Taps Stelter as Director of Learning and Development

BCFS, a global system of health and human service non-profit organizations, has named Patricia Stelter its new Director of Learning and Development. In this role, Stelter will establish and lead immediate and long-term learning and professional development strategies aligned with BCFS’ organizational vision and core values. She will create learning initiatives — including an accredited non-profit management certification program — aimed at increasing organizational effectiveness, improving individual skills, and supporting the system’s larger strategy for growth and culture for the future.
Stelter joins BCFS having previously served as a lecturer at the University of Texas at San Antonio, high school principal, and founding faculty member of Northeast Lakeview College. She has a strong background in developmental learning and curriculum development, and has been recognized as an expert by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, receiving the organization’s Excellence Award in 2013.
“The high-quality services delivered by, and trust our partners have in, BCFS is driven totally by the commitment and caliber of our staff,” said BCFS CEO Kevin Dinnin. “Patricia’s focus on educational and professional development, therefore, plays a critical role in continuously raising the bar on how we are able to achieve success in the communities we serve.”
Stelter earned a master’s degree in English from Our Lady of the Lake University’s Education Department and is pursuing a doctoral degree in Developmental Education at Texas State University.