Needed: 12 Loaned Executives to Help Run United Way’s 2012-13 Campaign


2011-12 Loaned Executive team, from left: Jeronda Hill, Boys & Girls Club; Judy Mazzotta, Walt Disney World; Jaye Apperson, Walt Disney World; Rebecca McFarlane, Publix; Estelle Williams, Sponsored by HFUW; Kari Williams, Sponsored by HFUW; Patty DeYoung, Sponsored by Tupperware; Angela Weister, FedEx and Keenan Martin, UPS

Would your company like to develop future leaders, reward valued employees and enhance your reputation while giving back to the community? Then the United Way Loaned Executive program may be just the opportunity you’re looking for.

Great Benefits for All
Disney, Publix, UPS, Tupperware, FedEx and Lockheed Martin are just a few of the leading local companies who have supported this unique program, which features numerous benefits for businesses, United Way and our community.

Working alongside United Way staff, Loaned Executives provide much-needed help in managing the annual workplace campaign, which last year raised a goal-shattering $19.4 million to help Central Floridians in need. With this year’s campaign gearing up, 12 Loaned Executives are needed to help call on local companies, lead presentations, manage accounts and develop new contacts.

Training & Development Opportunities
The 12-week program, which runs August through mid-November, also includes extensive training and development, something that many companies are curtailing in these tough economic times.

“With such limited organizational resources today, the Loaned Executive program is a terrific way for employees to develop new skills, knowledge and insight,” said Sindy Cassidy, Chair of the Loaned Executive Program and Executive Vice President & Regional Managing Director of Right Management, Florida/Caribbean Region. “At the end of the program, Loaned Executives return to their companies as better leaders. They also enjoy the satisfaction of knowing that they’ve directly impacted the success of United Way’s campaign.”

If your company would like to take part in the Loaned Executive program or provide support through sponsorship funds, please click here to learn more.

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