Thank you to our 2013 Loaned Executives

2013 Loaned Executives Introduced at Campaign Kickoff

The 2013 Loaned Executives were introduced at campaign kickoff.

Our 2013 group:
Ro Foege, Dave Coates, Brooke Lentz and Anne Laugen (Sponsored by General Mills)
Gay Strunk and Brook Smock (Sponsored by Quaker Pepsico)
Michelle Sillman (Sponsored by St. Luke’s Hospital)
Char Marsh (Sponsored by Transamerica)
Jenny Bosking and Becky Tranter (Sponsored by Rockwell Collins)

Dave Herman & Sue Travis, 2011 Loaned Executives, Sponsored by Quaker Oats

Dave Herman & Sue Travis, 2011 Loaned Executives, Sponsored by Quaker Oats

What is the Loaned Executive Program?

The Loaned Executive Program is a community-wide leadership opportunity allowing select individuals to work as a part of United Way of East Central Iowa’s campaign team. Loaned Executives are the foundation of the annual campaign as each is responsible for an assigned portfolio of accounts and helps United Way raise over $10.5 million. Sponsor companies continue to pay their employee’s salary and benefits which allows United Way to minimize operating costs while maximizing the impact in the community.

“Working as a United Way Loaned Executive opened my eyes about the needs in our community and gave me the opportunity to help out. I was also able to create new and lasting friendships through this experience.” – Sue Travis, Quaker Oats

Benefits of Supporting the Loaned Executive Program:

For the Sponsor:

  • Strengthen associations with other companies through your employee’s working relationships.
  • Heighten your company’s public image as a visible corporate community citizen.
  • Printed recognition in campaign-related materials and in the annual report.
  • Gain a more skilled and knowledgeable employee.

For the Loaned Executive:

  • Enhanced set of skills in sales, management, team building, marketing, leadership, customer service, problem solving and public speaking.
  • Develop valuable contacts with the business community.
  • Enhanced sensitivity to community needs.

For United Way:

  • Minimized overhead expenses associated with the campaign.
  • Increased contributions to fund priority health and human service issues in our community.
  • Gain a developed pool of trained and knowledgeable Loaned Executive Alumnae for volunteer recruitment and community service.
  • Provides access to pool of employees with leadership potential.
  • Maximizes volunteer and fundraising efforts.

For more information, or to enroll please contact:

Donor Relations • 319-398-5381 • liveunited@uweci.org • Message us here

Volunteering

Each year the group volunteers for a project together to help their community and people in need.

United Way’s 2011 Loaned Executives volunteered their time helping package food boxes at HACAP.  The food boxes will be given to individuals during the “Holiday Season.”

 

Photos by Becky Holverson
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Ring that bell!

Loaned executives at United Way sound this bell as pledges and donations are received.  

2012 Loaned Executives

Ro Foege
Dave Coates
Becky Tranter
Kay Fisk
Ron Dearborn
Brook Smock
Carole Dzingle
Michelle Sillman

This group of loaned executives was sponsored by Rockwell Collins, Quaker Oats, General Mills, St. Luke's Hospital and Transamerica.

"We couldn't do it without them," said Jennifer Schulte, United Way's campaign manager. "We appreciate their time and commitment as well as the companies that sponsor them."

2011 Loaned Executives

Becky Tranter (Sponsored by Rockwell Collins)
Char Marsh (Transamerica)
Dave Herman (Quaker Oats)
Kay Fisk (Rockwell Collins)
Wayne Bryant (General Mills)
Mary Moline (St. Luke's Hospital)
Sue Travis (Quaker Oats)
Becky Holverson (General Mills)
Helen Busness (Rockwell Collins)

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