Hood Steps Down as Director of the Seward County United Way

Joe Denoyer - November 11, 2019 6:24 pm

The Seward County United Way Board of Directors are currently looking for a new Executive Director,
due to McKensie Hood, director for the past four and a half years,
informing them of her resignation.

Hood was hired in 2015
and has since created many new events for Seward County United Way and built many new relationships with businesses and
individuals throughout the community.

Her passion for the community is undeniable.

“I am thankful for this
amazing community and the past four and half years with Seward County United Way,”said Hood.
“I have grown greatly and appreciate the opportunities
given to me during my time as
the Executive Director. The people I have worked with in the community and within in the agencies make this resignation extremely difficult.”

With this resignation comes great
opportunity for Hood and her family. She will still be in the
community and plans to still be involved with United Way and the many nonprofits, just in a different role.

Board President, Susan Lukwago, is sad to see Hood leave United Way but is thrilled for her to seek new opportunity.

“I am thankful for what McKensie has done during her time with United Way, and also glad she will still be here to help us make the
transition with a new director.”

They are currently accepting applications until December 6
for an Executive Director. Please apply by sending your resume and cover letter to [email protected]

You can view the job description
by requesting it via email or online the Seward County United Way facebook page

 

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