Linda N. Beiler, Executive Director
Ms. Beiler graduated from Eastern Mennonite University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Modern Languages. She brings over 20 years of experience in executive administration. Ms. Beiler career began in Real Estate and Land Development, working in financial institutions, law firms and serving as Vice President of Audubon Land Development for over 9 years. Work in the nonprofit arena came in 2006 working with Connecting to Serve and Open Table, of Phoenix, Arizona, both serving the homeless and disadvantaged populations.
Ms. Beiler also sits on the board of Connecting to Serve, an Arizona non-profit and is active in her local community as a member of Mountain View Lutheran Church, Phoenix, AZ.
Anna Sappington, General Counsel
Anna Sappington is Of Counsel to Secured Futures and a sole practitioner in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Ms. Sappington received her Juris Doctor from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, and a B.A. in English Literature from Reed College in Portland, Oregon. Her practice areas include special needs planning, guardianship, elder law, and estate planning and administration. She is the author of the upcoming second edition of the Pennsylvania Special Needs Planning Guide, a handbook for attorneys and trustees of special needs trusts.
Ms. Sappington is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the American Bar Association, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association. She also is an active member of the Pennsylvania Association of Elder Law Attorneys and the Montgomery County Elder Law Committee. Ms. Sappington frequently speaks to various groups regarding issues of interest to the special needs and elder law communities.
Sara E. Greene, Vice President of Trust Administration
Ms. Greene graduated Magna cum Laude from Wellesley College in 1995. She is a Founding Member of Secured Futures. As the company grew, Ms. Greene served as the Trust Administrator and Lead Trust Administrator prior to being promoted to Director of Trust Administration. One of Ms. Greene’s chief responsibilities has been to complete a Welcome Call with all our new beneficiaries, so we have an opportunity to get know them personally as well as giving us an opportunity to explain how they can access their funds in the Trust. Prior to coming to Secured Futures, she was also a co-founder of ElderServe Solutions, a nonprofit organization formed to provide guardianship and other community based services for elderly and incapacitated persons. She has served in a variety of administrative positions in the Boston and Philadelphia areas including the University of Pennsylvania. Ms. Greene is a very active volunteer in her church, community and local schools.
Paul E. Beiler, Director of IT and Operations
Mr. Beiler began his Information Technology career in the insurance industry working with mainframe systems, JCL and data management. His work experience includes 17 years with Prudential and Aetna. During his tenure he held positions in Systems Analysis, Systems Support, and PC Support. He brings his love for cutting edge technology to the organization which is paramount to the success of back office support systems.
Prior to and throughout his Information Technology career, he worked in the construction industry owning an electrical contracting business. He graduated from LeTourneau University with an Associate’s Degree Aviation Technology. Mr. Beiler is a volunteer with Connecting to Serve, a local non-profit, giving his time in IT support. He has spent many hours mentoring young people and encouraging them to become productive citizens. As a business owner, he volunteered his talents for clients who had their own financial hardships. He enjoys singing in his local church choir.
Denise A. Lettau, Esq. Vice President of Advancement
Ms. Lettau joined Secured Futures in January 2018. She graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Pacific Lutheran University and subsequently a juris doctorate from Seattle University. After graduation, Ms. Lettau worked as a Research Assistant at the Institute of International Law in Kiel, Germany and later after the fall of the Berlin Wall, she worked as a Senior Lecturer at Humboldt University in Berlin.
Upon her return to the United States, Ms. Lettau practiced law before entering the banking industry. Her banking career has been entirely focused on servicing the disabled and/or elderly. She worked for an eight- year stint at SunTrust Bank as a trust advisor in the Special Needs Trust department followed by nearly five years at Wells Fargo as a Senior Advisory Specialist in the area of Life Management Services which catered to the needs and concerns of older clientele.
Ms. Lettau is a board member of both the Jewish Federation and Jewish Foundation of Broward County. She currently serves as the Chai Care chair, a program providing care management for donors of the Jewish Foundation. Ms. Lettau is also a Lion of Judah as well as a trustee of the Jewish Women's Foundation in Broward County. She also serves as a co-chair of the Planned Giving Committee for the Ann Storck Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.