Palmisano joins United Way as a resource development director. He will manage workplace fundraising in the Barberton, Norton, Green and Tallmadge areas and the nonprofit sector. Palmisano comes to United Way after working as an urban field researcher for the New York City Commission of Human Rights and Columbia University. He graduated from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado with a bachelor’s degree and from the New School Milano in New York, New York with a master’s degree in nonprofit management.
Lowe joins the staff as donor relations specialist. She is responsible for ensuring United Way major donors receive the highest level of personalized, consistent and accurate customer service. Lowe has more than ten years of experience in customer care, most recently as leader of the customer support department for a hosting company that focuses on providing e-commerce solutions. She attended University of Washington in Seattle, Washington.
Brandyn Costa will spend the summer as an intern in United Way’s Community Impact division. He is a political science undergraduate student at the University of Akron and will provide support to United Way’s Collective Impact initiatives including Bridges Summit County.
About United Way of Summit County
United Way of Summit County advances the common good by creating opportunities for a better life for all. Our focus is on Education, Income and Health because these are the building blocks for a good quality of life. We train a spotlight on critical issues, engage with private and public sector leaders and coordinate agendas with partners to leverage Collective Impact. We invite everyone to be part of the change by giving, advocating and volunteering. When we work together in common purpose, we LIVE UNITED. For more information about United Way of Summit County visit uwsummit.org.