Tracey DePasquale, Director
900 S. Arlington Avenue, Suite 251B, Harrisburg PA 17109
Tracey DePasquale became LAMPa’s director in May, 2016, after serving three years as associate director. Tracey brings experience in journalism, education, community development, and ministry to her post.
She is a member of Christ Lutheran Church in York, where she served as director of program ministries. Prior to that, she taught American history, politics and economics at West York Area High School and worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Bloomsburg and York.
Tracey holds a master’s degree in government administration from the University of Pennsylvania Fels Center of Government and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she was active at the Lutheran Campus Center. She has attended Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, and earned her teaching certificate in secondary education through Wilson College in Chambersburg. Tracey grew up on a dairy farm near Mercersburg, Franklin County.
Lynn Fry, Program Director
900 S. Arlington Ave., Suite 251B, Harrisburg, PA 17109
Lynn Fry became LAMPa’s program director in November, 2017. She previously served as the Faith Formation Coordinator at St. Luke Evangelical Lutheran Church, Chambersburg. Highlights of her tenure at St. Luke included mission trips, ELCA Youth Gatherings, a Micah 6 study group and family retreats.
Lynn holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and a Master of Religion degree from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg with a concentration in Christian Education. A native of Lancaster County, she brings vocational experience working previously with the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation, the Lancaster County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, and Lutheran Social Services – East Region (Luthercare).
In her free time, Lynn enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and gardening. She and her husband are parents of three young adults.