Serving Monroe, Owen, and Greene Counties

Committees

2017 Community Investment Committee
The Community Investment Committee consists of community volunteers who set policy for the Vision Council and Certification processes to ensure they are fair, transparent, and consistent with United Way's community goals.
 
Abby Englert, IU Alumni Association
Efrat Feferman, City of Bloomington Utilities 
Kate Gagnon, IU School of Informatics
Dan Niederman, City of Bloomington
Kevin Osborne, IU Credit Union
Kyle Parker, Hoosier Energy
Heidi Schulz, Community Volunteer
Megan Siehl, IU School of Public and Environmental Affairs
 
Agency Representatives
Mark Voland, Big Brothers Big Sisters
Gina Lovell, Amethyst House
Stephanie Shelton, LifeDesigns
 

2016-17 Vision Council
The Vision Council reviews applications for funding from member agencies, and allocates Community Action Fund and Priority Fund donations based on each agency's ability to help United Way meet our community goals. The Vision Council evaluates information from the application and a presentation to understand the agency's capacity, objectives, and outcomes. Vision Council recommendations are forwarded to the United Way Board of Directors for discussion and final action.  
 
Molly Barwick, IU Kelley School of Business
Jason Carnes, City of Bloomington
Ashley Davis, Huse Group
Jason Eakin, Monroe County Government
Abby Englert, IU Alumni Association
Joshua James, Bill C. Brown Associates
Patt McCafferty, Ivy Tech Community College
Tony Rastall, Old National Bank
 
* All members of the Community Investment Committee are also members of the Vision Council.
 

2017 Governance/Finance Committee
Kate Gagnon, IU School of Informatics
Efrat Feferman, City of Bloomington Utilities
Patt McCafferty, Ivy Tech Community College
Kyle Parker, Hoosier Energy
 

2017 Certification Review Panel
The Certification Review Panel ensures that member agencies meet high standards of effectiveness, efficiency, governance and transparency, and are helping meet United Way's community goals. Agency documentation is reviewed annually and all agencies are thoroughly evaluated every three years to determine whether they remain effective partners. New agencies can also contact UW staff for information about first-time certification. Panel recommendations are forwarded to the United Way Board of Directors for discussion and final action.  
 
Rafi Hasan, City of Bloomington 
Kelsie Holt, Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce
Susie Graham, Ivy Tech Community College 
Wendy Hernandez, IU Health Bloomington
 
* All members of the Community Investment Committee are also members of the Certification Review Panel
 
 
  • Born Learning
  • Financial Stability Alliance
  • Monroe Smart Start
  • Familywize Discount Prescription Card
  • Bank On Bloomington