United Way's Emerging Leaders are a dynamic group, all about making connections – with a purpose. Forget your average networking night or boring conference. With Emerging Leaders, you'll have opportunities to give back to Greater Baytown and Chambers County at events while meeting other ambitious and passionate young professionals.
We are building a stronger, healthier community with a focus on advancing United Way’s education, financial stability, and health goals. Through professional development, educational opportunities, volunteerism, and networking events, the end goal of Emerging Leaders is to make a lasting impact in your community. Contact Traci Dillard, Director of Resource Development for more information.
Individuals or couples who commit to volunteer 25 hours or make an annual gift of $250 or more to United Way of the Greater Baytown and Chambers County enjoy the following perks:
- Hands-on volunteer projects for people in need within the community
- Networking events with like-minded young professionals from an array of industries.
Francesca Linder - City of Baytown, Chair
Mildred Johnson - Abel Angels
Zane Moseley - Lee College
Jose Noguera - ExxonMobil
Stephanie Nunez – Harris Transit
Gladys Pryor - Love Network of Baytown
Roy Price - Texas First Bank
Luis Sanchez - City of Baytown
Crystal Stevenson – Amegy Bank
Aaron Thomas – Chambers County
Support staff: Traci Dillard