Loaned Leadership

UNITed Way of Washington County Loaned leaders

Over the next few months, we're excited to introduce you to some of our very special United Way Executives. These folks are our behind the scenes dream team -- more than we could ever hope to do with staff alone. They also serve in many different capacities and are often our “boots on the ground”, often volunteering as the chair for various committees, volunteering for events, outreach and beyond. 

 

Tim Troxell

 

“United Way’s ability to raise funds for non-profit agencies (collaboratives of agencies) in our community is phenomenal.  This success allows those agencies to focus on what they do best – helping our neighbors -- instead of having to worry about how they are going to fund their program.  Knowing that the “Money Raised Here – Stays Here” is extremely important to me.” – Tim Troxell

Allow us to introduce you to Timothy Troxell “Tim”! Tim is a customer accounts manager at Potomac Edison / First Energy. Tim is our current Chair for the Board of Directors. He has served in different capacities with United Way, but most of his time has been spent serving on the campaign committee. Tim first became involved with United Way as a Loaned Executive in Frederick County, Md, roughly 30 years ago!

Thank you, Tim for everything you've done and continue to do, for our community and for United Way!

 

 

Chuck eichelberger

 

“Funds invested in our community by United Way benefit everyone in the community regardless of whether residents use the programs directly or to strengthening Washington County by providing a healthier and more qualified workforce.” Chuck Eichelberger

Over the next few months, we're excited to introduce you to some of our very special United Way Executives. These folks are our behind the scenes dream team -- more than we could ever hope to do with staff alone. They also serve in many different capacities and are often our “boots on the ground”, often volunteering as the chair for various committees, volunteering for events, outreach and beyond.  

Allow us to introduce you to Chuck Eichelberger!  Chuck is a Community Relationship Manager at First United Bank and Trust. First United Bank and Trust has deeps roots in Washington County. They are a community bank providing personalized solutions to consumers and businesses in the four-state area. By promoting volunteerism and participation with United Way and other nonprofit agencies, First United Bank & Trust is making a huge difference in Washington County! Chuck appreciates the opportunity to remain active in the community while serving and meeting new potential clients.
Chuck is also our Board Chair - Elect for the Board of Directors here at United Way. He has served with United Way for the past 8 years. First serving on the grant review team, Chuck was able to learn more about the grand funding process and gain a deeper knowledge of the services provided by local nonprofit agencies.

Thank you, Chuck for everything you've done and continue to do, for our community and for United Way!

 

 

ERIN CLARK

 

“I believe in UW’s mission. I believe in the community impact model of grant funding. I believe that my financial contribution and time spent investing in the United Way are helping my local community in the best/most needed way. There are so many wonderful local non-profits that serve so many needed roles in our community. However, there are some redundancies and the new grant model works to push non-profits to collaborate more. This helps to ensure that every dollar from every donor is being allocated in a way that will “do the most good” in Washington County.” – Erin Clark

Allow us to introduce you to Erin Clark! Erin is a CPA and works as an Audit Manager for Smith Elliott Kearns & Company, LLC, a regional accounting firm that provides a variety of tax, assurance, bookkeeping/payroll and consulting services to the quad state area of MD, PA, VA, and WV. Erin oversees audits and other assurance engagements for clients across a variety of industries, including non-profits, healthcare entities, financial institutions, and local governments. Erin loves that her career enables her to assist clients with things like preparing financial statements, providing suggestions to improve internal controls, and just being a trusted advisor in the realm of finance and accounting.

Erin is a current member of our board and member of the finance committee. She began volunteering with United way in 2015 after one of the SEK & Co’s partners (Tim Peters) introduced her to United Way and explained how the community impact model tied into financial literacy. Erin credits SEK & Co’s dedication and commitment to the community as her introduction to United Way. Thank you Erin, for all that you have done and continue to do for United Way and our community!