Meet Brad Martin, the Program Coordinator for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program at United Way of Southwest Alabama. Brad joined the organization in September 2011 when he started with HandsOn South Alabama, later merging with UWSWA in April 2013. His initial attraction to the role stemmed from his extensive background in volunteer work, aligning perfectly with the organization’s focus on community service.
At the heart of United Way of Southwest Alabama’s impactful endeavors stands Kimberly D. Bell, a dedicated Manager of Donor Relations. Kimberly’s unwavering commitment to community service and her profound professional background make her an integral part of the organization’s success.
Immerse yourself in the transformative experience of United Way of Southwest Alabama’s 30th Annual Day of Caring: A Symphony of Service. Scheduled from Wednesday, April 24, 2024, to Saturday, April 27, 2024, this event brings together diverse talents and collective efforts, much like different musical notes and instruments harmonizing to create something beautiful.
We are thrilled to introduce Michi Lunceford, the Chief Financial and Operations Officer at the Mobile Chamber, currently serving as a new dedicated member of the Board of Trustees for the United Way of Southwest Alabama (UWSWA). With a primary focus on providing precise financial information to the Mobile Chamber’s management and Board of Directors, Michi brings a wealth of experience gained from her previous roles as the CFO of a United Way agency and the CFO of United Way of Southwest Alabama. Having witnessed firsthand the needs of the most vulnerable in the community, Michi is honored to continue her support of UWSWA and contribute to the betterment of the community.
Delena Wylie stands as a cornerstone of commitment at the United Way of Southwest Alabama, dedicating 26 impactful years to our organization. Her initial attraction to the United Way was sparked by its profound mission—to uplift and enhance the future of our city. As a Resource Development Associate, Delena’s pivotal role involves meticulously recording and ensuring the accuracy of donor and volunteer information, a task she handles with unparalleled precision and dedication.
As a dedicated professional, Easton Lambert brings a wealth of experience and commitment to the United Way of Southwest Alabama (UWSWA) as a valuable member of the Board of Trustees. Currently serving as the Business Manager of the International Union Painters and Allied Trades District Council 77 (IUPAT DC 77) and President of the Southwest Alabama Labor Council (SWALC), Lambert embodies a passion for community welfare and a drive to effect positive change.