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September 13, 2017

Meet the 2017 United Way Loaned Executives!

    Our 2017 United Way Loaned Executives (LEs) for the 2017 Campaign are finally here!

    Feel free to welcome each of these fresh faces next time you visit the United Way headquarters office in South Burlington. We are truly excited to be working with all of them as part of our team and supporting the sucess of our campaign!

    Julia Hampton recently moved to Burlington with her wife after completing her Masters in Nutrition program at Bastyr University in Seattle. She was the Youth Initiative Coordinator at United Way of Windham County from 2002-2007 and is very interested in the work that Paul is doing with The Teen Institute. She is excited to be back in Vermont and ready to put her skills and experience to work!

    Meg Parker is a recent graduate of Appalachian State University and received her BS in Sustainable Development with a concentration in Community, Regional and Global Development with a focus on Communication. She believes strongly in uniting people from all sectors to help solve problems in our community and make it stronger. She has recently moved to Vermont with her Fiancé’ and is excited to be part of the Campaign. 

    Jeff Haislet will be joining the team again, his second year as an LE. He is excited to share his experiences from last year with Julia and Meg. He has tremendous experience in the finance and banking sectors and is excited to reconnect with his previous accounts and take on even more. 

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