Inside Out Club DuPage Leadership Team
Marion B. Ruthig
Founder & Executive Director
Marion was a certified public accountant with over 12 years of experience. She started her career at the Northern Trust in Chicago working on various types of trusts including charitable remainder trusts. After that, she spent seven years working as an auditor for Ernst & Young, LLP serving a wide array of clients in various industries. She worked for Grinnell College’s Treasurer’s Office for three years, which included working with their Development Office on potential planned gifts as well as the review of charitable trust tax returns. More recently she worked for Klein, Hall & Associates LLC in Naperville, Illinois, where she audited nonprofits and prepared their tax returns. In September of 2012 she became an entrepreneur by founding I Support Community, now Inside Out Club DuPage. She lives in Naperville with her husband and three children.
Community Development Manager
With 15 years of experience in volunteer and program management, fundraising and special events, Brittany’s passion lies in simplifying the process of giving back. She has a proven track record of matching the right giving opportunity with the right person or organization, and genuinely enjoys the process. After earning her BA in hospitality and nonprofit management from University of Central Florida, Brittany worked at Ronald McDonald House Charities in Orlando, San Diego and Chicago, and with the American Red Cross in San Diego. She returned to her hometown of Naperville, IL in 2014, where she lives with her husband and two sons.
Diane graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in foreign language education. She taught Spanish in public schools, then worked for the International Welcome Center of a Georgia school district helping to ensure students were offered the language and social services they needed to be successful in school. Diane moved to Naperville, IL from Georgia in 2014 to be near family. She has always always had a passion for serving her community, and she became involved in Inside Out Club in 2015 when her oldest son started kindergarten as a way to help develop a similar passion in her children. Diane enjoys crafting, reading, volunteering, and spending time with her husband and two sons.