Resource Development Representatives
Resource Development Representatives
Julia is the Director of Strategic Engagement and provides leadership and planning of volunteer-led fundraising and engagement strategies.
Favorite children’s book: How Do I Love You?
Kayla is the Senior Manager of Corporate and Employee Engagement, managing workplace giving campaigns. If your company is in the energy, banking, or financial service industries, give her a call with any questions.
Favorite children’s book: Love You Forever
Dan is the Director of Major Gifts. He can help you with all your questions regarding our Tocqueville Society. The Tocqueville Society is a powerful group of local business and civic leaders who individually contribute $10,000 or more and share a similar passion for investing in the community and making a difference - personally and collectively.
Favorite children's book: Mustache!
Cori is a Manager of Major Gifts working directly with our Tocqueville Society and Women United members. The Tocqueville Society is a powerful group of local business and civic leaders who individually contribute $10,000 or more and share a similar passion for investing in the community and making a difference. Mile High United Way's Women United is a community of women investing $1,000 or more with a committment to inspiring, educating, and motivating others through philanthropy, leadership, and volunteerism. Give her a call to learn more about the Tocqueville Society or Women United.
Favorite children's book: If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
Ian is the Manager of Leadership Giving and the staff liaison for our Emerging Leaders Council. If you are interested in learning more about our philanthropic young professionals society, or would like to make a gift directly to Mile High United Way, please feel free to reach out to him.
Favorite children’s book: Where's Waldo?
Taylor is a major gifts manager and works closely with our Tocqueville Society members. The Tocqueville Society is a powerful group of local business and civic leaders who individually contribute $10,000 or more and share a similar passion for investing in the community and making a difference - personally and collectively. She also manages workplace campaigns for businesses in the accounting industry.
Favorite children’s book: The Secret Garden
Chelsea can answer all your questions about your planned gift through our Legacy Society.
Favorite children’s book: But No Elephants
Justin is a Corporate Relations Manager, overseeing workplace giving campaigns in the insurance, food and beverage, media, and public relations industries. Give Justin a call with any questions you have.
Favorite children’s book: Where the Sidewalk Ends
Haley is a Corporate Relations Manager, working with companies in the construction, engineering, transportation, hospitality, and healthcare industries. If you have questions about your workplace giving campaign or employee engagement, please give her a call.
Favorite children’s book: Amelia Bedelia
Elise maintains and supports relationships within the Energy, Banking, Financial Services industries in regards to workplace giving and community involvement. She also coordinates all of our impact speakers and supply requests, so if your company is interested in Mile High United Way presenting to your employees or if you need supplies for your campaign, please give her a call.
Favorite children's book: A Little Princess
As Leadership Giving Coordinator, Jen works closely with community supporters who contribute $1,000 or more annually through Mile High United Way. She is happy to respond to inquiries from Leadership Giving Society Members or answer questions about Leadership Giving.
Favorite children’s book: Oh, The Places You'll Go
If you are an individual or business that is new to town and/or new to philanthropy, Anna would be happy to help you align your personal and corporate values with community needs. She loves finding meaningful and impactful ways to leave your mark in Metro Denver while giving a hand up.
Favorite children's book: Maybe A Bear Ate It!
Brenda is the Director of Volunteer Engagement and leads a team that coordinates Mile High United Way volunteer events, corporate days of service, and school-based volunteer programs. She volunteers as a Power Lunch reading buddy herself, and is always ready to connect you to your next volunteer experience!
Favorite children's book: Where the Wild Things Are
Haley Shelley is the Manager of Volunteer Engagement and can connect you to Mile High United Way’s signature events including Project Homeless Connect, Turkey Trot, and the Children’s Holiday Party. She is the friendly face you will see at the check-in table and can answer your questions before, during, or after the event!
Favorite children’s book: Are You My Mother?