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Meet Roxanne P. Dunseath

In her role as Director of Regional Processing, Roxanne is responsible for the overall management of the Processing Department, including agency relationships and customer service. She also collaborates with other departments like fundraising, finance and marketing, as well as external partners, to build and manage successful online campaigns and client relationships.

Andrea Bortoluzzi

“As your life goes through stages, you become more aware of the realities in the world. In my case, as my children got older, I started to realize the need in my local community and had more time to volunteer.”

Accounts Receivable Specialist

This position is responsible for processing and reconciling fundraising donations along with a variety of other finance department duties that support accounts receivable, customer service, and financial reporting.

A Bachelor’s degree is required. Two years of related experience is preferred. Equivalent experience may be considered in lieu of education.

Pay Grade:

Annual Salary Range:
$36,900 – $43,400

Tina Morascyzk

“Growing up, I consistently witnessed my parents’ giving nature, their kindness, and their generosity. They worked hard, and always shared their blessings, so I want to set the same example for my own children.”

Meet Iryna Khalymon

Processing Department employee Iryna Khalymon has a passion for helping donors contribute to United Way and its campaigns. As a Processing Specialist, Iryna sets up campaigns to allow donors to have the best possible experience during their pledging process.

Meet Damon Bethea

Damon’s favorite memory at United Way was the College and Career Day experience for eighth graders in 2018. This event helped to connect eighth graders with college, labor, workforce development and high school transition representatives from across the region. Mentors helped their mentees prepare questions for the fair which impressed many of the college representatives and led to its implementation in United Way’s other mentoring programs.