Madison, WI – United Way of Dane County welcomed seven new members to its 2017-2018 Board of Directors, following an election at our February 23rd Annual Meeting. The Board is comprised of community leaders who guide United Way in changing lives in the critical areas of Education, Income and Health – the building blocks of a stable life.
“Our Board members are the greatest advocates our community has. They fight every day for the education, financial stability and health of families in Dane County,” said Renee Moe, President and CEO of Dane County. “Our Board holds United Way to rigorous transparency and accountability standards. This ensures the community’s generosity is invested wisely in community-built strategies. We are incredibly grateful to these leaders who share their diverse perspectives and leadership to ensure a Dane County where everyone can succeed in school, work and life.”
United Way would like to thank these retiring Board members for their service:
• Enid Glenn, Director – Bureau of Management Services State Department of Workforce Development/DVR
• Gretchen Lowe, Community Leader, AFSCME Retirees Subchapter 52
• Karen Menèndez Coller, Executive Director, Centro Hispano, Inc.
• Dan Rashke, CEO, TASC
• Tim Sullivan, Business Representative, SMART Local 565
• Gary Wolter, Chairman, President & CEO, Madison Gas and Electric Co.
For a complete list of United Way’s Board of Directors, click on this link: Board Member List 2017.
For a complete list of United Way of Dane County’s Foundation Board of Trustees, click on this link: United Way of Dane County Foundation Board of Trustees 2017.