Two North Carolina United Way Leaders Selected for United Way Leadership Program

Cary, NC - Proud news for North Carolina's United Way Network! United Way of North Carolina's President & CEO, Brittany Pruitt Fletcher, and United Way of Greater Greensboro's AVP of Development, Julia Thomas, have been selected to be two of twelve cohort members in the first-ever Next-Generation Leaders Initiative.

UWNC President and CEO, Brittany Pruitt Fletcher United Way of Greater Greensboro, AVP of Development, Julia Thomas

(Left: Brittany Pruitt Fletcher, President and CEO of United Way of North Carolina. Right: Julia Thomas, AVP of Development, United Way of Greater Greensboro.)

United Way Worldwide has shared the "first cohort of the Next-Generation Leaders Initiative. These 12 early career leaders from across our Network were selected to participate in a new, highly competitive, interactive, and transformative leadership development program. Over the next two years as a Next-Generation Leader, they will grow their leadership skills so that they are even better positioned to serve their communities around the world."

UWNC's sincerest congratulations to the following members!

- Brittany Pruitt Fletcher, United Way of North Carolina
- Christopher Bechle, United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes
- Crystal Cox, United Way of South Central Kentucky
- John-Mark Bell, United Way Association of South Carolina
- Julia Thomas, United Way of Greater Greensboro
- Kristen Day, United Way Worldwide
- Leslie Bais, MBA, United Way Winnipeg
- Megan Brincks, Burlington/West Burlington Area United Way
- Monica Gomez, United Way of Merced County
- Myles Bavin, United Way the Netherlands
- Samantha Ruthazer, MPA, Mile High United Way
- Zachariah Davis-Price, United Way Of Thurston County

Next Generation Cohort

"This is a fantastic opportunity for [them], [their] United Way, and the United Way Network."

Source and Partial Author: United Way Worldwide