Emerging professionals on board for United Way’s fall campaign

Through the Ambassador Development Program, corporate partners lend some of their brightest emerging professionals to United Way of Greater Cincinnati during the peak campaign season.

The Ambassadors get a professional development experience that will help United Way staff extend campaign efforts, reach new markets and broaden the base of community giving through a combination of training sessions and networking events.

This year’s community campaign, which seeks to raise $62.1 million, kicked off Aug. 24. It is being led by Ted Torbeck, president and CEO of Cincinnati Bell.

The Ambassadors: (front) Pat O’Brien, Chris Watkins and Jeff McCullah; (center) Kelli Noonan, Kristina Thomas, Virginia Patterson, Kelsey Hanrahan, Regina Jordan and Shayne Beckett; (back) Charlie Lloyd, Martin Gonzales, Brian Ogawa and Grace Pettit. Not pictured: Jerry Jaspers

The Ambassadors: (front) Pat O’Brien, Chris Watkins and Jeff McCullah; (center) Kelli Noonan, Kristina Thomas, Virginia Patterson, Kelsey Hanrahan, Regina Jordan and Shayne Beckett; (back) Charlie Lloyd, Martin Gonzales, Brian Ogawa and Grace Pettit. Not pictured: Jerry Jaspers

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