Becky Cain Ceperley is an at-large member of the Charleston, West Virginia City Council. Ms. Ceperley is employed as a consultant for the Philanthropy Engagement Project of the Appalachian Funders Network. She is the past president and CEO of The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation in Charleston, West Virginia and the past president of the League of Women Voters of the United States.
Ms. Ceperley serves on the National Advisory Council for the University of Charleston; the Visiting Committee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for West Virginia University; the West Virginia County Board Member Training Standards Review Committee; and the West Virginia Center for Civic Life. She also serves on the boards of Charleston Main Street; Festivall Charleston; the Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau; and the Capitol Market.
Ceperley is a former member of the Public Policy Committee of the Council on Foundations; national Executive Committee of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights; the Advisory Committee on Election Law to the American Bar Association; the Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar for the American Bar Association; the national Campaign Finance Institute; and the West Virginia Election Commission. She has been named one of the most powerful women in the nation in politics in the category of issues advocates by the Ladies Home Journal and the Executive Magazine named her as one of the 50 most powerful people in West Virginia.
A recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from the West Virginia University Political Science Department and the Eberly College of Arts and Science, Ms. Ceperley has also received Honorary Doctor of Law Degrees from Ripon College, Wisconsin and the University of Charleston, West Virginia.