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Jodi Harris has been a long time United Way ambassador, first as a Young Leader, then as a Loaned Executive. This year Jodi is the co-chair for Central Hudson’s United Way Workplace Campaign. In her new role she has managed several events aimed at increasing employee giving and participation. “The United Way campaign is ingrained in our company culture, I just try to keep the momentum going.”

Posted: Tuesday, December 08, 2015

We do well when our community does well; it’s in our DNA,” explained Rammie Nesheiwat, Regional Retail Manager at M&T Bank, after leading his team on a ‘Make a Difference Day’ project. Rammie and his team of M&T employees cleaned up the City of Poughkeepsie in partnership with Hudson River Housing’s ‘Middle Main Initiative.’

Community service is extremely important to M&T – it’s integral to their culture. Branch managers and other...

Posted: Monday, November 30, 2015

Amanda Sucato manages Energy Efficiency programs at Central Hudson, helping customers to get the most value out of their electricity and natural gas. Throughout her ten years at Central Hudson, she has become a respected leader and was a natural choice for chair of the utility’s 2015-2016 United Way workplace...

Posted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Wendy Mann is no stranger to volunteer work, so when her department...

Posted: Monday, November 16, 2015

Maria Gardner has always had a green thumb, so she was right at home when she volunteered on the September 11th National Day of Service.

UWDOR Loaned Executives participated in this nationwide project by lending their muscle to Elant at Fishkill, a senior residence,...

Posted: Monday, November 09, 2015

On September 11th,   Ann Metz, along with her co-workers from Ball Corporation, paid tribute to the victims of the national tragedy by performing service activities to improve their community. Ann has participated in Ball Corporation Community Ambassador volunteer programs for several years but she hadn’t participated in a 9/...

Posted: Monday, November 02, 2015

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