United Way of Abilene

325-677-1841


Dr. Cathy Ashby

President & CEO
drashby@unitedwayabilene.org

Greg Wilson

Chief Financial Officer
greg@unitedwayabilene.org

Bethany Ashlock

Community Impact & Marketing Director
bethany@unitedwayabilene.org

Virginia Mosier

Donor Relations Manager
virginia@unitedwayabilene.org

Brenda Brown

Office Adminstrator
brenda@unitedwayabilene.org

Tom Ambrose

Development Director
tom@unitedwayabilene.org


2-1-1 Texas A Call For Help


Mary Cooksey, CIRS, CRS

Director
(325) 676-7065, ext 1
mary@unitedwayabilene.org

Erin Shilcutt, CIRS, CRS

Data & Web Services Manager
(325) 676-7065, ext 3
erin@unitedwayabilene.org

Lynn Jackson, CIRS

Call Center Manager
(325) 676-7065, ext 2
lynn@unitedwayabilene.org

Cathleen Parks, CIRS, CRS

Resource Specialist/Outreach Coordinator
(325) 676-7065, ext 4
cathleen@unitedwayabilene.org

Information & Referral Specialists

Nancy Espinoza, CIRS
Brooke Brown
Alma Archuleta



Executive Committee


Chair

Susan Watts
Community Volunteer


Chair Elect

Justin Crowe
Hendrick Health System


Past Chair

Corby Flanagan
Condley & Company, LLP


Treasurer

Lon Biebighauser
First Financial Trust & Asset Management


Secretary

Sage Diller
Enprotec/Hibbs & Todd, Inc.


Community Investment

Megan Allred
First Abilene Federal Credit Union


Stewardship Review

Charles Ferguson
Caprock Construction




Board of Directors


Norm Archibald
Hendrick Health System


Staci Benavides
The Toro Company


Leigh Black
Hendrick Health System


Lynn Darby
Community Volunteer


Mitch Davis
Wylie ISD


Lee De Leon
Abilene Christian University


Will Duncan
Jacob & Martin


Alex Eagle
Clear Fork, Inc.


Christal Faries
United Supermarkets


Albert Gutierrez
KTAB/KRBC-TV


Dr. Ashley Hall
ENT Allergy Associates


Robert Hanna
City of Abilene


Jay Hardaway
Community Volunteer


Dr. Roberta Kalafut
Spine Abilene


Dr. Nancy Kucinski
Hardin-Simmons University


Jay Lester
Abilene ISD


Elyse Lewis
Hendrick Health System


Adam Lott
Lauren Engineers


Reginald McCabe-Gossett
Hendrick Health System


Shannon Nix
H-E-B


Inger Nordby
The TORO Company


Doug Peters
Abilene Chamber of Commerce


Trent Poindexter
Wes-T-Go Convenience


Jack Rentz
The Rentech Companies


Wesley Smith
Chick-fil-A North Abilene


Jennifer Snodgrass
Keller Williams Realty


Reed Stafford
Hendrick Health System


Matthew Sullivan
Sylvan Learning


Jenn Waldmann
Hardin-Simmons University


Elizabeth Niblo Wallace
McMahon Surovik Suttle Attorneys


Dr.David Young
Abilene ISD


About the United Way of Abilene

Together We Can Do More

Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life: a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health. That’s why United Way’s work is focused on the building blocks for a good life: EDUCATION, INCOME, and HEALTH. We work with our Community Partners to address the needs of today and tomorrow while seeking ways to create positive, lasting change. Everyone in West Central Texas is connected and interdependent. We all win when a child succeeds in school, when families are financially stable, when people are healthy.

Education

Helping Children and Youth Achieve Their Potential

Income

Promoting Financial Stability and Independence

Health

Improving People’s
Health

Sometimes it’s time. Sometimes it’s a word of encouragement. Sometimes it’s a financial investment.

United Way of Abilene relies on all three to… Volunteers like YOU are part of this collaborative effort that values stewardship and results.

The mission of the United Way of Abilene is to improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of the West Central Texas area. We strive to collaborate to improve lives and better our community. We will do this by actively seeking to leverage the intellectual, organizational, institutional, financial, faith-based and personal resources of our communities as the best means to make positive, measurable and lasting change for the communities we serve.

Community Accountability

United Way of Abilene takes our role as a resource, partner, and steward very seriously. We engage community volunteers to oversee every aspect of our management and financial systems to ensure we are operating at the highest levels of professionalism and excellence, and in the best interests of our community. Led by an army of volunteers, we strive to make a measurable, lasting impact that will keep our community strong. Click on the links below for additional information about the network of care United Way provides to the community as a steward, collaborator, resource and much more.



Newsletters


3rd Quarter 2016 Newsletter

Spring 2016 Newsletter



Press Releases


8.1.16 - Key City Rhythm & Blues Festival Committee to Present Event Proceeds

6.2.16 - United Way Great Grant Giveaway

3.9.16 - United Way of Abilene Announces Key City Rhythm & Blues Festival