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Greater Twin Cities United Way
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P Human Services
P99 Human Services - Multipurpose and Other N.E.C.
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Greater Twin Cities United Way unites caring people in building stronger communities by inspiring people to help others, increasing resources to meet needs and fostering innovative solutions to problems.
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<p>Sarah works with the board of directors and staff to insure the strategic goals of the Agenda for Lasting Change are achieved. Much of Sarah's work is externally oriented with donors, volunteers, public policy leaders and agency partners. Internally, Sarah works with the leadership team to set and meet annual goals, as well as assure a strong, positive work environment for all staff, volunteers, board and agency partners.</p>
<p>She is also the current chair of the Council on Early Care and Education, appointed by Governor Pawlenty at the council's inception in December 2008. Most recently, Sarah served as president of Minnesota Children's Museum (2004-2009). Prior to that she led a boutique consulting firm, Northampton Partners, and worked for General Mills in brand management and strategic business functions. Sarah has served on a variety of nonprofit boards including: National Association of Children's Museums, Arc Greater Twin Cites, Minnesota State Arts Board, The Children's Theatre Company and Pacer Center.</p>
<p>She has a Masters in Business Administration from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts with high honors in economics from Smith College. A St. Paul native, Sarah lives with her husband and three children in Minneapolis. She is an avid skier and athlete. Contact Sarah at <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a> or 612-340-7586.</p>
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Evidence of Impact
Greater Twin Cities United Way makes an impact by supporting nonprofits and programs that help low-income people become self-sufficient. They conduct return on investment analyses and promote best practices.
GTCUW was praised for the dedication and resourcefulness of its leadership.
Areas for Improvement
One expert noted that it may be difficult for GTCUW to sustain its current level of enthusiasm during difficult policy struggles.