By: Juli Metzger—
Muncie, IN—James Flatford has been selected to participate in United Way’s Leaders Engaged in Accelerated Development (LEAD) program. The LEAD program is United Way’s exclusive engagement and professional development platform designed for high-performing and high-potential individuals who are committed to building their career within United Way. Flatford is the Director of Impact for the United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties.
“United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties is proud that James Flatford was chosen to be a part of the Leaders Engaged in Accelerated Development (LEAD) program,” said Jenni Marsh, president and Chief Executive Officer of United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties. “We are pleased that James Flatford is recognized as a high-potential and high-performing United Way colleague. It is leaders like James Flatford who take part in programs like this that will carry our mission into the 21st century.”
Selection for the LEAD program is based on performance, potential, core competencies and a passion for the mission of United Way. Applications for the program come from the worldwide network of 12,850 professional staff and are open to those working across all departments and groups.
“As we continue to digitally transform our organization, United Way must continuously develop our leadership for the sustainability of our network,” said Amy Dinofrio, Vice President of Human Resources, Talent and Board Development at United Way Worldwide. “Supporting high-performing and high-potential employees enables us to build a culture of top performing talent and sustainable leadership that ensures we will continue to effectively serve the unmet needs of every person in every community.”
The 2019-2020 LEAD program runs August 2019 – July 2020 and provides participants with a series of in-depth learning and development sessions. For more information, please visit: unitedway.org/careers/working-at-united-way
About United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties
United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community. Supported by 2.9 million volunteers, 9.8 million donors worldwide and $4.7 billion raised every year, United Way is the world’s largest privately-funded nonprofit. We’re engaged in 1,800 communities across more than 40 countries and territories worldwide to create sustainable solutions to the challenges facing our communities. United Way partners include global, national and local businesses, non-profits, government, civic and faith-based organizations, along with educators, labor leaders, health providers, senior citizens, students and more. For more information about United Way of Delaware and Henry Counties, please visit InvitedToLiveUnited.Org. Follow us on Twitter: @LiveUnitedDHC and #LiveUnited.