Lea Rehm
Penn Strategies
Penn Strategies
World Trade Center Harrisburg
1000 North Cameron Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103

Email: info@pennstrategiespa.com

Lea Rehm

Vice President of Grants Submission

Lea Rehm is Vice President of Grants Submissions where she leads the grant development and submittals. She supervises the Penn Strategies team of grant researchers and writers, assists clients with governmental and regulatory agencies, oversees strategic outline development, and assists with account and contract tracking.

Originally from Columbia County, Rehm earned an Environmental Geoscience degree at Bloomsburg University in 2017. While there, she volunteered within Briar Creek Association for Watershed solutions to redevelop streambank restoration for a local horse rescue.

At the end of her college career, Rehm worked with Lycoming County, focusing on MS4 (rain and storm water collection systems) programs. In this role, she worked with the Lycoming County GIS (Geographic Information System) department to map stormwater systems. This included locating storm water grates, pipes and their conditions.

In 2019, Rehm joined the West Branch Regional Authority (WBRA) and became a certified Water Operator. Furthering her work at WBRA, she became the Manager of the Water Department in 2020, assisting WBRA personnel in operating the Muncy Borough Municipal Authority water system.

She is an accomplished leader with strong attention to detail and an analytical ability to develop quality grant applications. In addition, her working knowledge of all forms of government procedures, regulations, and contracts significantly benefits the company’s growing list of clients.

She enjoys reading, particularly works by Sarah J. Maas, video gaming, and playing Dungeons and Dragons. She was an avid softball player and was a catcher on the Bloomsburg University Softball team and in several summer leagues. Rehm enjoys riding horses. She is the daughter of Brenda and Frank III Rehm, of Orangeville, and has an older brother, Frank IV, of Bloomsburg.

Rehm lives in Montgomery with her two dogs, Odin and Nyx, respectively named for the Norse god of magic and poets, and Greek goddess of personification of night.

Lea Rehm with Nyx and Odin

Odin and Nyx, respectively named for the Norse god of magic and poets, and Greek goddess of personification of night.