“UNITED WAY’S 4 BOLD GOALS BY 2025” by Jim Mullen

Nov 15, 2018

Jim Mullen, United Way of Summit County President & CEO, joined United Way of Summit County in May 2015 as the seventh president and CEO in the organization’s 99-year history. His leadership direction focuses on systematic change and growth accomplished through strong volunteer leadership, innovative approaches and long-term community solutions.

   Jim has spent much of his career in the United Way network where he has directed key teams in charge of multimillion dollar fundraising efforts. Beginning in 2007 at United Way of Greater Cleveland, Jim served as senior manager of resource development where he led a professional team who raised annual campaign funds totaling more than $40 million each year. He moved to United Way of Metropolitan Nashville in 2011 where he served as director of workplace giving. There he oversaw the organization’s largest campaign increase in its 90-year history generating more than $1.3 million in new dollars over two years.

   Come! Be inspired by United Way’s Bold Goals to change our community for the better.