A case could be made that the most important and most influential nonprofit organization in the world today is United Way Worldwide. And although it’s a global organization, its power and its impact come from understanding and serving local communities. And here to tell us what’s been happening at the United Way, as well as where it’s headed, is Angela Williams, the president and CEO of United Way Worldwide.
United Way Worldwide CEO Talks About Leadership and the Challenges Facing the Nonprofit Sector Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis
It comes as no surprise that the nonprofit organization leading the way in community after community during the COVID-19 crisis is the United Way. And here with us is the CEO of United Way Worldwide, Brian Gallagher.
Stephanie Slingerland, Director of Philanthropy and Social Impact at Kellogg Company and Nicole Adair, VP of Operations for the United Way Worldwide, Join Denver Frederick
am in San Francisco at Dreamforce, the annual event put on by Salesforce, and with me now is Stephanie Slingerland, the Director of Philanthropy and Social Impact at Kellogg’s and Nicole Adair, the VP of Operations for the United Way Worldwide.
Like me, my next guest’s first job out of college was with the United Way. I now host a little radio show in New York, and for him, he has only gone on to become the leader of perhaps the most important and influential nonprofit organization in the world. He’s Brian Gallagher, the President and CEO of United Way Worldwide. Good evening, Brian and welcome to The Business of Giving.
And for this evening’s Better Than Most, you will be going down to Alexandria, Virginia in the headquarters of United Way Worldwide. The United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community. The United Way is 130 years old and there are 1,800 local United Ways in 40 countries. And often older organizations and bigger organizations have more difficulty adapting to changing times. But as you’re about to hear, the United Way is more than meeting that challenge.