United Way of Greater Greensboro Welcomes Five New Staff Members

Dana Z. Carter
United Way of Greater Greensboro
Phone: 336-378-6617
(Greensboro, NC – July 1, 2014) – United Way of Greater Greensboro (UWGG) welcomes new staff members within its resource development and finance departments. The new staff members bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise from both the nonprofit and corporate sectors.
“Our staff truly embodies the mission of our work; they are at the core of our community impact,” says Michelle Gethers-Clark, president and CEO of United Way of Greater Greensboro,
New employees at United Way of Greater Greensboro include:
Mike Singer, vice president of resource development
Mike leads the annual campaign process.  His prior experience includes serving as President and CEO of Lupus Foundation of America- Mid South Chapter, Ronald McDonald house, as well as United Ways in Alabama, Tennessee, and Maryland.
Elizabeth Green, director of major gifts
Elizabeth leads Tocqueville Society major gifts donor engagement and appreciation.  Elizabeth joins us from UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center as a development officer.  Prior to that, she was Executive Director for Multiple Sclerosis Society, Central NC Chapter where she spent 22 years of her career.
Gavin Sands, campaign director
Gavin creates the annual campaign master plan and logistics for more than 500 corporate partners.   Gavin joins us from the Macy’s Merchandising Group in New York City and Elon University as Assistant Director of Admissions and Assistant Director of Annual Giving.
Tamarind Stewart, senior campaign manager
Tamarind manages a diverse portfolio of UWGG corporate and individual donors as well as grant management. Tamarind joins United Way from Lakeview Academy and Boys & Girls Clubs where she had a variety of roles that include Executive Director.
Samantha Lyons-Kittrell, accounts receivable specialist
Samantha plays in key role in our pledge receivable process.  She comes to us from Children’s Home Society of North Carolina where she managed account receivables for the growing agency for 8 years.
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United Way of Greater Greensboro pools resources, time and talent to support programs, initiatives, and partner agencies meeting the critical needs of our community and offer a high quality of life for all. United Way is a worldwide network in 41 countries and territories, including more than 1,200 local organizations in the U.S. United Way recruits people and organizations who bring the passion, expertise and resources needed to get things done. To give, advocate and volunteer, visit www.UnitedWayGSO.org.

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