United Way 2017-18 Catalyst Program Class Announced
Program aimed to train and develop nonprofit leaders
Eighteen individuals were recently selected to participate in United Way’s Catalyst program. The new class of business leaders, identified by the Catalyst Alumni Council, will participate in the nine-month (September – May) program to become engaged in social responsibility through the means of advocacy, giving and volunteerism.
McKenna Moore, Director of Volunteer and Strategic Engagement for United Way, said, “We are thrilled to kick off the Catalyst program with a vibrant group of leaders for 2017-18. This now nine-month program has been revamped to bring participants additional sessions in leadership education”.
The program’s ultimate goal is to train volunteers to serve in nonprofit leadership roles, such as nonprofit boards.
2017-2018 Participants include:
Joel Bigelow, Endure Athletics
Buffy Bundshuh, CapStar Bank
Sandy D’Antonio, General Mills
Lamar Dixon, Nissan North America, Inc.
Krystal Duncan, First Tennessee Bank
Delon Eckles, Rutherford County Health Department
Kimberly Eischeid, Claiborne & Taylor of FSB Insurance, Inc.
Kyle Hendrickson, Journeys in Community Living
Joel Laird, State Farm Agency
Edie Langston, Redstone Federal Credit Union
Charlene Montrose, Pyramid Foundation of Tennessee
Lauren Moore, Net Health
Linda Olsen, Middle Tennessee State University
Sarah Rahal, State Farm Insurance
Dylan Ross, FirstBank Mortgage
Victoria Sullivan, Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce
Taylor Walker, HG Staffing, Inc.
Christina York, Junior League of Murfreesboro
The program is sponsored by Redstone Federal Credit Union.
For additional questions, please contact United Way at (615) 893-7303.