The Old Baldy
The Old Baldy Foundation is a non-profit organization established for the preservation of Old Baldy Lighthouse on Bald Head Island, NC and for the promotion of and education about the man-made histories of Smith Island.
Communication and Development Coordinator
Chris Webb was raised in the Hudson Valley of New York. She relocated to Bald Head Island by way of Lexington, KY to be closer to family living in Hampstead, NC. Her love of the beach, sailing and waterfront living brought her to Bald Head Island as a full time resident in 1999. Chris has been very active contributing to the community of Bald Head Island. She served on the Board of Directors of The Old Baldy Foundation, Inc. taking over as President from 2006 until 2016 when she was hired to become the Executive Director.
Stacy Schulman-Kopp grew up all over North Carolina and West Virginia. She has a love for the North Carolina coast. She recently joined the foundation this year. She enjoys bringing her marketing and fundraising experience to help the mission of the Old Baldy Foundation. Stacy earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing & Business Management from Fairmont State University and her M.B.A. in Integrated Marketing Communications from West Virginia University. She lives on Oak Island with her husband Casey and their three Corgis! In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends on the beach, kayacking, dance and trying new restaurants.
Gift Shop Manager
After working in the engineering field as a civil designer for 15 years, Christy decided to follow her passion for history and received a bachelor’s in European History from Southern New Hampshire University, and a master’s in Public History. She worked as an interpreter at Walnut Grove Plantation in Moore, SC. Christy has a daughter, a son, and a three-year-old grandson. In her spare time, she loves to read, sew, and collect antique and vintage dolls, and is a huge Star Wars fan. She and her husband Robert share their home in the town of Oak Island with two calico cats, Elphaba and Cosette.
Jake Grossman is a historian from Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love and sisterly affection. He graduated from Temple University with an undergraduate in history and later a MA in Public History. His main focus is the American Revolution but loves to talk/ learn about any history. Outside of history he is interested in any sport you can think of. He plays ice hockey, cricket, surf, golf, run, bike, and spends too much time watching football( go birds), and finally basketball.