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Community Volunteers Aid United Way Campaign

Lubbock Area United Way will announce the 2017 Annual Campaign goal at a luncheon on August 31. Almost half of the Campaign goal is expected to be raised by companies that conduct employee workplace campaigns. These companies are assisted by a special group of volunteers known as Loaned Executives.

Loaned Executives are individuals "loaned" by their employer to work with United Way on a part-time basis assisting other companies with their workplace campaigns. This year, 45 local companies have loaned employees to United Way and these volunteers have already participated in team building and training programs. The Loaned Executives have begun delivering campaign supplies, educating employees, and making themselves available to help ensure that each company has all the resources necessary to run a successful campaign.

The 2017 Loaned Executive program is chaired by Seth Schulz of PlainsCapital Bank and is comprised of 56 volunteers. The vice chair is Kelsey Tubb of City Bank.

Lynn Owens, Vice President Annual Campaign, may be contacted at (806) 747-2711 or lowens@unitedway-lubbock.org for more information on running a United Way workplace campaign.

2017 Loaned Executives (Click here to view photo album):

  • Seth Schulz (Chair), PlainsCapital Bank

  • Kelsey Tubb (Vice Chair), City Bank

  • Rafael Aguilera, X-FAB Texas

  • Kirk Alexander, City Bank

  • Caleb Allen, Betenbough Homes

  • Wesley Bishop, Wellington State Bank

  • Margo Boyd, South Plains Association of Governments

  • Abbi Brickey, A Cup of Yo

  • Beverly Brooks, Covenant Health

  • Jonathan Caspell, City of Lubbock

  • Dusty Clayton, SouthWest Bank

  • Robin Daughtry, Atmos Energy

  • Brian Duncan, United Supermarkets

  • Christopher Empson, First United Bank

  • Matt Ernst, Fox34/Ramar Communications

  • Lucinda Escobar, Suddenlink Communications

  • Shaun Fogerson, City of Lubbock

  • Dorothy Garcia, American National Bank

  • Matthew Heider, Robinson Burdette Martin & Seright LLP

  • Sydney Hill, Lone Star State Bank

  • Ryan Hunter, FirstCapital Bank of Texas

  • Kyle Jacobson, Lubbock Chamber of Commerce

  • Kelsey Johnson, YWCA of Lubbock

  • Brad Jones, Sysco West Texas

  • Heather Keister, Freese and Nichols, Inc.

  • Ryan Kennerly, Parkhill, Smith & Cooper

  • Bruce Larson, Lubbock National Bank

  • Clint Lehnen, FirstBank & Trust

  • Jo'Elda Luman, Vista Bank

  • Michelle Macha, Benchmark Business Solutions

  • AJ McCleod, StarCare Specialty Health System

  • Anita Menefee, UMC Health System

  • Leslie Morgan, City of Lubbock

  • Garrott Nalle, Vista Bank

  • Heather Newberry, United Supermarkets

  • Jaclyn Odom, Scoggin-Dickey Inc.

  • Keith Patrick, Frenship Independent School District

  • Jonathan Perez, American Bank of Commerce

  • Jamie Pitman, Texas Tech University

  • Carly Potter, Peoples Bank

  • Chris Ramirez, NTS Communications

  • Clarissa Sanchez, United Supermarkets

  • Chad Sauceda, Peoples Bank

  • Blake Seiler, Lubbock Independent School District

  • Chris Sharp, Western Bank

  • James Sikes, Happy State Bank

  • Ken Stout, Covenant Health

  • Shannon Sudduth, Lubbock Christian University

  • Tanner Swaringen, Lone Star State Bank

  • Billie Swearengen, Sanford & Tatum Insurance Agency

  • Jacob Tate, Prosperity Bank

  • Oliver Te'o, Wells Fargo Bank

  • Lindsay Thompson, Reagor Dykes Auto Group

  • Kay Tindle, Texas Tech University

  • Katie Wright, Wells Fargo Bank

  • Tyler Young, Texas Tech Federal Credit Union

Lubbock Area United Way funds programs at 23 local Community Partner Agencies. These programs work daily to assist people in Lubbock and surrounding communities with needs such as affordable quality child care, parenting education, crisis situations, adult literacy, job training, and youth mentoring. Click here for a complete list of the Community Partners and the services they provide.
 

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