United Way of Washtenaw County Announces Three New Board Members
ANN ARBOR, MI (April 16, 2020)- United Way of Washtenaw County is pleased to announce new board members for the 2020- 2021 year. Each member is committed to advancing the mission and vision of United Way while building stronger communities.
The following members were elected to the United Way of Washtenaw County board:
Marjorie Dixon is an Ann Arbor native and a partner with the law firm Conlin, McKenney & Philbrick, PC, specializing in business and real estate law. In her business practice, Attorney Dixon routinely assists with the formation of new businesses, including limited liability companies and corporations.
Mia Milton is the Interim Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Engagement at Eastern Michigan University. She had the opportunity to work and collaborate with a number of non-profit organizations ranging from government to homelessness to the arts. Milton is passionate about assisting organizations to cultivate their brand identity and uncover solutions that will create desired results.
Nicole Torbert is a Senior Client Experience Manager for KeyBank. She joined KeyBank in October of 2013 and has over 15 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining KeyBank, Torbert spent 10 years providing investment advice to high net worth clients, nonprofits and business owners at Comerica Bank as an Investment Strategist.
“We are grateful to have passionate individuals serve and ignite a community where your zip code will no longer determine your opportunity in life," said Pam Smith, President and CEO of United Way. “Our diverse and talented members will drive impact in fighting for the health, education and financial stability in our community”
ABOUT UNITED WAY OF WASHTENAW COUNTY
As part of our 99-year history, the United Way of Washtenaw County brings people, organizations and resources together to create a thriving community for everyone. Our focus areas of Health, Education and Financial Stability provide the building blocks to strengthen the community and create opportunities for individuals and families. Our Volunteer Center provides an easy online way for people to connect with nonprofits in the community and our 2-1-1 helpline refers more than 8,000 people annually to critically needed services. To learn more, donate, or volunteer, visit uwgive.org.