United Way of York County President Selected for United Way Executive Leadership Development Program
United Way of York County is pleased to share that President Anne Druck has been selected to participate in United Way’s Executive Leadership Development Program. This leadership program is an accelerated months-long development course designed for exemplary United Way CEOs, Presidents, and Executive Directors who are leading United Ways that are high-performing and advancing the mission in their local communities.
“United Way of York County is proud that Anne was chosen to be a member of this year’s Fellowship Program,” said Amy Wannemacher, Chair of the United Way of York County Board of Directors. “We are pleased that Anne is among the best and brightest of United Way. It is leaders like Anne who will engage with the next generation of donors and carry our mission into the 21st century as we fight for the education, health, and financial stability of every person in our community.”
Selection for the program is based on an individual’s performance and that of their United Way along with their mastery of skills and potential for leadership within the global United Way Network. Applications come from the nearly 13,000 people leading in local United Ways around the world. Admission to the program is highly selective, with participation limited to just 30 applicants each year.
“People-first leadership means building a diverse pipeline of leaders for the global United Way Network,” said Amy Dinofrio, Chief People & Culture at United Way Worldwide. “Identifying and supporting those leaders who are high-performing and high-potential enables United Way to drive a culture of top-performing talent to advance the mission and serve every person in every community.”
About United Way of York County
For 100 years, United Way of York County has worked in the York County community to improve people’s lives. It began as The York Welfare Federation, an organization that raised funds on behalf of 17 member agencies. Today, as United Way of York County, the mission of raising community funds remains the same, but the strategies have broadened in order to meet the growing and changing needs of people living in York County.
United Way has adapted over the years and now collaborates with other public and private organizations to engage the community in addressing the complex issues facing York County. By developing initiatives that get at the root causes of these issues, United Way and its partners find solutions and fund programs that improve the lives of nearly 60,000 people annually in York County. Through gifts to the Impact Fund, United Way is able to invest those dollars into 66 programs supported by 35 Partner Agencies. These programs address human services needs across three Focus Areas: Education, Health, and Financial Stability. This enables United Way to tackle the immediate and continuing needs of York County families and individuals and to create real, lasting change that matters to you and our community.
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