As an organization that provides grants to support local women and children, this amazing group is changing the world.

The President

Mary Isaac

Isaac is a graduate of Kent State University and Ashland University, and community is at the core of everything she does. By day, she works as a supervisor at Medical Mutual of Ohio. On her off time, she’s a superstar in the community. Not only is she the president of the Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund, she also has prepared and delivered meals to Medina County seniors, works with Medical Mutual’s S.H.A.R.E. program, and assists with events such as Hospice of Medina County’s “Light Up a Life” Giving Tree program.

The Vice President

Sue Simmons

For nearly two decades, Simmons has honored the community fund’s mission of serving women and children by facilitating school-based prevention programs. Though she is widely known as a Catholic Charities Community Services Prevention Coordinator, she’s also an avid volunteer. Outside of the Women’s Endowment Fund, Simmons often works with Birthcare of Medina County and 100+ Women Who Care Medina to improve upon the local community. The former provides emergency assistance and support to expecting mothers and families in need, and the latter is a philanthropic women’s group.

The Activist

Ellen Hunter

Hunter is all about celebrating small-town roots. As a licensed property and casualty insurance agent and co-owner of Hunter Insurance Agency, Inc, she strives to educate and assist the community in a number of ways. She is a board member of the Medina Hospital Foundation and Medina’s Summer Reinforcement Program, and a frequent volunteer for Hospice of Medina County and Feeding Medina County. She is an associate member of the Women’s Advisory Board at the College of Wooster, where she actually met her husband Dan Hunter. Though she’s only been in Medina since 1981, she’s changed and improved the community.

The Secretary

Leah Comes

Comes is a driven individual who thrives as she dedicates her time to improving and beautifying the community. She does so through Interior Intrigue, her Medina-based interior decorating business, and through being an advocate for education. She volunteers with a Christian mentoring program in community schools and she helps organize fundraising for the Medina Preschool PTA. Comes is also a member of the Medina County Chamber of Commerce and a presenter for the Medina County Board of Realtors, where she applies knowledge gained through her career as a licensed Realtor with Russell Real Estate Services,

The Treasurer

Crystal Sabol

As a graduate of The University of Akron and a Wadsworth resident, Sabol has a deeply-rooted love for the community. To deepen her passion for community, she has volunteered with Stewart’s Caring Place, United Way, RENEW Akron and the Kiwanis Foundation. Sabol works as a Major Gift Officer for Ashland University, where she identifies major gift prospects. Armed with a passion for helping others and a bachelor’s degree in accounting, she combines her passions in her work with the Medina County Women’s Endowment Fund.

The Gamechanger


If you are like these other inspirational women in your desire to help the women and children of Medina County, now is your chance to get involved. Attend the inaugural Seasons of Giving celebration on June 14 at Blue Heron Event Center in Medina, or enter to win a unique and beautiful custom-designed home décor piece by Medina’s talented local artist, Eric Schultz of Antiquation. Now is the time to learn more about how you can get involved with MCWEF. For more information, visit