United Way News, September 2013

Agency news

On August 21, 2013, the boards of directors of Children’s Bureau, Inc. and Promising Futures of Central Indiana announced the two agencies will merge under the management of Children’s Bureau. Promising Futures, a United Way agency since 2005, will continue to deliver services in Noblesville. The merger will increase efficiency and strengthen services available to youth and families served by Promising Futures.

Changes with the United Way of Central Indiana team

  • Deborah Brunson, human resources associate, is leaving to become the human resources manager for CICOA. 
  • Julie Daniels is a new donor relations associate.
  • Natalie Evans, donor relations associate, will assume responsibility and leadership for the Emerging Leaders affinity group.
  • Mary K. Gardner, an IUPUI student, is starting a practicum in Agency Services.
  • DeMark Jenkins is a new donor relations associate.  

New loaned associates and their sponsoring organizations include:

  • Jeffrey Archey, UPS
  • Lori Cochrane, Eli Lilly and Company
  • Janelle Groce, FedEx
  • Melissa Humbert, Citizens Energy Group
  • Cathy Myers, Vectren
  • Robin Reagan, Eli Lilly and Company
  • Carlisa Richards, Eli Lilly and Company

All will work out of United Way's 3901 North Meridian Street headquarters, except Myers who will be located in United Way's Hendricks County office. Also, Tom Morton is a new loaned executive for ReadUP.