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United Way of Southwest Alabama / Uncategorized  / New Staff Additions – Manager of Donor Relations & Staff Accountant

New Staff Additions – Manager of Donor Relations & Staff Accountant

The United Way of Southwest Alabama (UWSWA) has added two new members to the staff. Michi Lunceford is the new staff accountant and Alycia Young is the new Manager of Donor Relations. Both ladies have a wealth of experience and are excellent additions to the team.

Lunceford joins the team after serving as Chief Financial Officer for 13 years with partner agency, St. Mary’s Home. She in originally from Choctaw County in the UWSWA’s service area. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from The University of West Alabama in 1995 and her Master of Accounting from The University of Alabama in 1996. She is a Certified Public Accountant with more than twenty years experience. Lunceford has been married for 19 years and has 2 children.

Lunceford says, “I have worked for a UWSWA partner agency for 13 years and loved knowing that my job was helping to provide a safe haven for abused and neglected children. I am so happy to be a part of the UWSWA team that’s fighting to strengthen our community by providing a safety net for those in need. Being able to serve the people of Choctaw county where I grew up is such a bonus!”

Young has been employed previously with Cromwell & Associates and the City of Mobile Municipal Court.  She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Alabama. She has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Cycle United, and was a campaign coordinator for the Mobile County Revenue Office.

Young says. “I felt is was time to follow my passion and God given talent by assisting other who are in need. Joining the United Way of Southwest Alabama has allowed me to obtain personal and professional gratification to positively influence change and make a difference in MY community.”