United Way's Loaned Executives Prepare for 2017 Campaign
Staff Report From Columbus CEO
Monday, August 28th, 2017
United Way of the Chattahoochee Valley’s Loaned Executives toured United Way partner agencies and attended training sessions this week.
A Loaned Executive is loaned by a company to United Way to support the annual campaign. This person compliments volunteer campaign leadership and United Way staff with the primary responsibility of managing area workplace campaigns. Loaned Executives assist Employee Campaign Coordinators with the planning and implementation of successful United Way campaigns, increase understanding about how United Way works in our community to create lasting change, and achieve targeted campaign results within their assigned accounts.
Loaned Executives toured and learned about the United Way funded programs at Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, Hope Harbour, SafeHouse Ministries, The House of T.I.M.E., Salvation Army, Teen Advisors, Girls Inc., Open Door Community House, Homeless Resource Network, Twin Cedars, MercyMed, Easterseals, Feeding The Valley Food Bank and Boys & Girls Club. They also heard from representatives from Columbus Hospice, Ferst Foundation and Goodwill. They attended training sessions Thursday at W.C. Bradley.
This year’s Loaned Executives represent 12 companies or organizations from around the Chattahoochee Valley. United Way’s 2017 Loaned Executives are: Matt Bell, Muscogee County Schools; Jessica Burnett, Muscogee County Schools; Becky Butts, Columbus Water Works; Meagan Corcoran, Columbus State University; Monica Echols, Community Volunteer; Bronwyn Hughes, Synovus; Dawn Jenkins, Muscogee County Schools; James Jordan, Operation HOPE; Ralph King, Liberty Utilities; Tina Lamb, Aflac; Cortney Laughlin, Brookstone Schools; Andy Norris, Synovus; Nixon Patterson, Columbus Consolidated Government; Kevin Peoples, Columbus Technical College; Alan Ross, Anthem; Playol Shippey, TSYS; Lauren Vance, Columbus Consolidated Government; and Erica Walker, TSYS.