After almost seven years with United Way of Central Kentucky, President & CEO Megan Stith will be moving to a new position as Dean of Institutional Advancement with Elizabethtown Community & Technical College effective July 1st. ECTC and United Way are working together to ensure a smooth transition.
United Way of Central Kentucky is uniquely positioned to thrive under new leadership. Our organization has effectively implemented the new Community Impact model to become even more efficient and focused in achieving our mission. A 2020 Vision Plan is in place, with strategies that have yielded successful results and record levels of impact across our region. Our professional staff and dedicated volunteers are committed to continuing to build on this strong foundation as we fight to improve the education, financial stability, and health of every person in our community.
Christa Shouse will be serving as our Interim Director while our Leadership Selection & Transition Team undertakes a national search for a new CEO. We are seeking a proven leader with responsibilities in complex resource development and nonprofit management. The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic community builder who has leveraged volunteer resources, possesses outstanding management and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to negotiate, collaborate, and foster inclusiveness among a wide range of people with diverse backgrounds.
A full position description and application instructions are available on our website. We welcome applications from qualified candidates and the position will remain open until filled. Please share this opportunity with anyone who would add value to United Way of Central Kentucky in this important role.
We look forward to welcoming our new CEO and strengthening our future collaboration with ECTC, as together we create more opportunities for local residents to achieve their fullest potential.
Provided by: United Way of Central Kentucky