United Way of Greater Attleboro/Taunton, Inc. (UWGAT) seeks a part-time Consultant to coordinate, build collaborations, and enhance the health in the communities we serve. UWGAT is an active partner of the Prevention Wellness Network (PWN) working to achieve positive impact in the areas of; healthy lifestyles, healthy communities, healthy workplaces, etc.
Applicant must identify and engage key stakeholders and political supporters, have the ability to build working relationships with profit, non-profit, and municipalities, and possess grant writing skills to sustain the position.
Duties include but are not limited to:
• Participate in all monthly meetings including the preparation of agendas & taking meeting minutes
• Disseminate meeting notices and other information via social media
• Maintain the membership of the PWN; serve as the central point of contact, assist in developing marketing materials, coordinate special events (venue, speakers, meals, registration, etc.)
Kim Shulman joined United Way of Greater Attleboro/Taunton, Inc. (UWGAT) on January 5, 2015 as the new Director of Finance.
“We are excited to be welcoming Kim as our new Director of Finance. Her experience in both nonprofit and for profit sectors provide Kim with the knowledge and skill set to serve our organization and community efficiently and effectively on our mission to advance the common good,” according to Jamie Crossman, President and CEO.
Kim has a background in non-profit program administration and small business accounting. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Salem State College and a master’s degree in Non-Profit Administration from Boston University.
She began her career directing programs for children and families in Boston with the Dorchester House and MSPCC. She made a transition to finance in 2009 and started a bookkeeping business that led to full time roles as the Management Accountant for BBA Remanufacturing in Taunton and the Finance Director for the Boch Ice Center in Dedham.
“I am so pleased to have this opportunity to bring my career full circle as the Director of Finance for United Way of Greater Attleboro/Taunton and be part of the wonderful work done by UWGAT in my own community,” said Shulman.
A native of Milford, MA, Kim has lived in Norton for 13 years with her husband, David, and 9 year old son, Charlie.
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