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

 

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

 “We are thrilled that Lindsey 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. Her commitment to this community and collaborative approach make her a great addition to our organization.” 

Lindsey joins the United Way of SCC as the new Director of Community Impact having recently served as the Associate Director of the Liberty Partnerships Program through Jamestown Community College. She also served as a navigator in the program, working with several local school districts help at-risk students achieve high school graduation with a college and career-ready mindset. Lindsey has a bachelor’s degree in public relations and is currently working on a master’s degree in strategic leadership through St. Bonaventure University. She is member of the Board of Directors of Chautauqua Leadership Network, in addition to a variety of community and volunteer commitments.

When asked about her new role, Lindsey said, " I am very excited to serve as the Directory of Community Impact at the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County. I am extremely passionate about our community and am committed to working and learning alongside the dedicated staff and individuals in creating a positive impact in our community.”
 

Lindsey is originally from Jamestown and graduated from Jamestown High School. She continues to make her home here.

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 43 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 uwayscc.org. Follow us on Facebook @uwayscc, Twitter @wayscc, Instagram @united_way_scc,  #UWAYSCC #LiveUnited

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