Interim Executive Director Named for BV United WayFeatured Stories, News Friday, January 24th, 2014
Leadership at the United Way of the Brazos Valley has named an interim executive director.
The board of directors announced the appointment of Alison Prince, currently the agency’s vice president of community impact.
Prince, who has been with the local United Way for nearly six years, says she will be in her new position for three to six months.
Click below for comments from Alison Prince, visiting with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.AlisonPrince012414.mp3
News release from United Way of the Brazos Valley:
The United Way of the Brazos Valley’s Board of Directors has unanimously voted to appoint Alison Prince, current Vice President of Community Impact, as Interim Executive Director effective immediately.
Prince has worked at the United Way of the Brazos Valley since 2006. She completed a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Development from Texas A&M University in 2004. In 2008, Alison completed a Master of Education degree with an emphasis in Leadership Education from Texas A&M University with an additional certificate in Nonprofit Management from the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Doug French, incoming Chair of the Board explains, “I feel this next year is going to be one filled with growth, not only for the organization, but for us as leaders. Alison has been with the UWBV for six years and has worked closely with partner agencies and community leaders during this time. She will provide stability through this transitional period.”
“I am excited about the experience of serving as the Interim Executive Director. I am humbled and thankful that the Board has such confidence in me,” states Prince. “More than anything, I am privileged to help our organization accomplish its mission.”
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