Anne McPherson to join the staff of the United Way of Greater Augusta

United Way of Greater Augusta announced Monday that Anne McPherson will join the United Way staff as the community investment and relations manager.

united-way-of-greater-augusta2McPherson is a graduate of James Madison University, and her most recent position was as the foundation assistant for the American Frontier Culture Museum Foundation. She brings experience in constituent relations in both the private and public sector and has managed large-scale events and interacted with key stakeholders at many levels.

Prior to joining the Frontier Culture Museum, McPherson worked for Rosetta Stone as a customer relations manager and institutional global partner manager, and as part of her work there she prepared, presented and analyzed complex sales data, including sell-through analysis and forecasting.

In the role as the community investment and relations manager at the United Way, McPherson will manage the planning, organization, direction and to conduct all facets of community relations, communications and events. She will help plan and implement the United Way of Greater Augusta’s Community Investment system from discovery of community need, to procurement of funds via grants and community investment. She will manage the process of the selection of funded partners and report results to the community. Anne will be responsible for all volunteer development via the regional volunteer site and constituent or nonprofit organization engagement.

 

About United Way of Greater Augusta

United Way of Greater Augusta is part of a national network of more than 1,300 locally governed organizations that work to create lasting positive changes in communities and people’s lives. Building on more than a century of service as the nation’s preeminent community-based fundraiser, United Way engages the community to identify the underlying causes of the most significant local issues, develops strategies and pulls together financial and human resources to address them, and measures the results.

United Way of Greater Augusta tackle issues based on local needs. Common focus areas include helping children and youth succeed, improving access to health care, promoting self-sufficiency, and strengthening families.

For more information about United Way of Greater Augusta, visit www.unitedwayga.org.


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