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  • United Way Welcomes Two New Board Members
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    Published - 01/25/14 - 08:29 AM | 0 0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend | print
    (SALT LAKE CITY, Utah) - United Way of Salt Lake has welcomed two new members to its Board of Directors, comprised of 53 leaders. United Way of Salt Lake’s Board members are prominent corporate and community leaders who volunteer their time to further the mission and goals of the organization.

    Joining the Board of Directors are Mikelle Moore, vice president of community benefit of Intermountain Healthcare, and Jose Enriquez, executive director and founder of Latinos in Action.

    “We’re excited to welcome these two community leaders to our Board of Directors,” said Deborah Bayle, President and CEO. “The passion and wealth of knowledge they bring will ensure United Way of Salt Lake continues to make a lasting impact on children and families in our community.”

    Moore and Enriquez begin their terms immediately and will fulfill the unexpired terms of others who have left the Board. They will then be eligible to serve their own three-year terms. Board members are nominated for their leadership positions in business, government, or community organizations, their dedication to United Way of Salt Lake’s mission, goals and objectives, and their expertise and experience. Selected by a nominating committee of current Board members, the new members are eligible to serve up to two three-year terms.

    United Way of Salt Lake’s Board of Directors guarantees legal, fiduciary, and fiscal accountability. The Board also ensures the organization functions by its own bylaws and policies and within state and federal law. As community leaders, board members use their personal and professional influence to accomplish United Way of Salt Lake’s mission to improve lives and build strong communities by uniting individuals and organizations with the will, passion, expertise and resources needed to solve problems.
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