Madison, WI – United Way of Dane County is proud to announce the hiring of Kim Hearn, who will serve as Executive Vice President of Resource Development. Hearn will lead the Resource Development team made up of staff and hundreds of community volunteers to innovate and transform how the community can give, advocate and volunteer to create change.
“We are delighted to welcome Kim to our United Way family,” said Renee Moe, President and CEO of United Way of Dane County. “Kim is a leader who is positive, creative, energetic, results-oriented and has a deep, deep passion for our mission and collaborative work.”
Hearn most recently worked at University of Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association, where she led a three-year cross campus initiative to streamline stewardship practices for donor gifts, managed and communicated campaign results to campus leadership and managed high level volunteer committees across the country. Hearn also worked at United Way of Greater Atlanta, where she oversaw significant dollar and participation increases during her tenure.
“I’m very excited to join United Way of Dane County, one of the most respected United Ways in the country,” said Hearn. “I look forward to partnering with community organizations and individuals as they achieve their philanthropic and engagement goals, so we can collectively change lives and create measurable results in Education, Income and Health strategies.”
Hearn graduated from University of Wisconsin with a B.A. in Sociology and earned Masters in Theology and Divinity from Emory University. Her first day is March 14.