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Albright Elected To National United Way Position

Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way President elected to National United Way Leadership Position
SUNBURY, PA — Keri Albright, President & CEO of Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way serving Northumberland, Snyder and Union Counties, has been elected to serve on United Way Worldwide’s National Professional Council, a leadership body advising on issues of importance to United Way both nationally and in local communities.
 
“The National Professional Council is a valuable leadership and advisory council to the United Way movement across the country,” said Albright.  “I’m deeply honored to have been elected and look forward to being a member of this dynamic advisory group, helping to ensure that our work continues to meet the highest standards in performance and accountability.”
 
United Way Worldwide’s National Professional Council comprises 48 United Way CEOs in the U.S. and serves as a national leadership body for nearly 1,200 member United Way organizations, advising United Way Worldwide’s U.S. President and providing leadership in building the United Way system in the United States.
 
“The National Professional Council has a vital role in building the United Way movement,” said Stacey D. Stewart, U.S. president of United Way Worldwide. “The knowledge and insight of National Professional Council members is critical to achieving our mission of creating opportunity for all Americans in each and every community across America.”
 
Keri Albright will serve a two-year term. “United Way’s mission is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities,” said Albright.  “This is an opportunity for me to contribute even more to this effort not only on the local level but the national level as well.”  Board Chair, Eric Rowe, adds, “We are very fortunate to have Keri as the CEO of the Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way.  Through her innovative and passionate leadership as well as her collaboration with the Board of Directors, this United Way has become a leader in providing measurable and lasting solutions to the social issues facing our region.  On behalf of the BOD, I would like to congratulate Keri on this achievement and wish her the best with her work on the council.”
 
Keri Albright has been President & CEO of Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way since 2003. With the support of the governing Board of Directors, Albright has led the transformation of United Way to an organization focused on finding solutions to the most pressing social issues in the region by directing its volunteer and financial resources to initiatives that deliver positive results.  She also oversees day to day operations and the annual fundraising campaign, and assists in organizing the activities of over 200 volunteers.  Albright earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Communication Disorders, and a Master’s degree in Audiology from Bloomsburg University.  Before joining United Way, she worked in high end retail management  in New York City before returning to her hometown of Lewisburg in 2001.
 
Keri Albright’s involvement in the community includes volunteer, membership, or leadership roles with many local and regional organizations including the North Central PA Public Transportation Taskforce Executive Committee, Integral Yoga Center of PA Board of Directors, Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority Board of Directors, PA State Transportation Innovation Council’s Public Outreach Group, Sunbury Community Hospital Board of Trustees, is Coordinator of the six-county regional United Way group, and serves on the Board of Directors for Leadership Susquehanna Valley.  Keri is a certified yoga teacher, and began a monthly book club for women in the Northumberland County Prison in 2010.
 
About United Way
United Way is a worldwide network in 45 countries and territories, including nearly 1,200 local organizations in the U.S. It advances the common good, creating opportunities for a better life for all, by focusing on the three key building blocks of education, income and health. The United Way movement creates long lasting community change by addressing the underlying causes of problems that prevent progress in these areas. LIVE UNITED is a call to action for everyone to become a part of the change. For more information about United Way, please visit: www.LIVEUNITED.org or www.gsvuw.org.
 


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