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New Director of Community Impact

United Way of Southern Chautauqua County Announces New
Director of Community Impact

 Nicole Drozdiel


United Way of Southern Chautauqua County is pleased to announce Nicole Drozdiel as its new Director of Community Impact.

“We are thrilled that Nicole has joined our team here at the United Way,” says Amy Rohler, Executive Director.  “Our strategic mission and objectives are in line with her experience and expertise. She has a lot of insight from the field.” 

Nicole Drozdiel joins the United Way of SCC as the new Director of Community Impact with a 20+ year career in the Human Services field, working in many capacities including: grant writing, marketing, program coordination/development, education, public speaking, fundraising, case management and program administration. Since completing her Master of Social Work in 2013, Nicole has worked in direct practice as a licensed social worker in Chautauqua County for the Resource Center and Family Service of Chautauqua Region. Nicole has extensive training and experience working with challenges in addiction, poverty, trauma and learning disabilities. Nicole also serves as a part-time adjunct instructor at Jamestown Community College.

When asked what she feels she can bring to her new position, Nicole states. " I am honored to join the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County and have the opportunity to use my skills and experience to be part of the many positive initiatives taking place in our region.  I am excited to connect with our agency partners and begin to develop new programs and strategies to best serve our communities!"

Nicole and her husband Jim have three children and maintain a small family farm in Westfield.

About United Way of Southern Chautauqua County

United Way of Southern Chautauqua County fights for the Academic Success, Health & Independence, A Ready Workforce, and Self Sufficiency of every person in our local community.  Our human and financial services invest more than $1 million annually in 39 local programs to create sustainable solutions to the challenges facing our community. Our partners include local businesses, non-profits, government, civic, faith-based organizations, along with educators, labor leaders, health providers, senior citizens, students and more. One hundred percent of all donations remain in Southern Chautauqua County. For more information, visit Follow us on Facebook @uwayscc, Twitter @wayscc, Instagram @united_way_scc,  #UWAYSCC #LiveUnited