Tuesday, September 12, 2017 (SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT): United Way of Northwest Vermont announced today that its Board of Directors has named Eric Boehm to be Director of Finance effective September 29, 2017. Boehm was formerly the Senior Budget and Planning Analyst at Seventh Generation.
“Eric has long been dedicated to creating positive social change through his work – that commitment is clear in his attitude, outlook and resume. I’m confident that he will be exceptional at helping us protect our assets and offer valuable insight into community investment and strategic decision making,” said Jesse Bridges, CEO of United Way of Northwest Vermont. “Eric will be a positive evolution of our organization – our recently united regional organization has new leadership and a new set of community priorities. We welcome new thinking and collaboration.”
Prior to beginning his new post on September 29, Boehm concluded his role as Senior Budget and Planning Analyst at Seventh Generation, where he lead all budget, forecasting and planning work in systems, process and oversight. Boehm bring a diverse skill set to his role at United Way, having worked across multiple disciplines within finance and accounting, including nearly 7 years at The Aspen Institute as Senior Manager of Programs and Financial Analysis, and financial management, research and analysis for both SmithBucklin Corp. and Investment Company Institute.
“I’m excited to return to my non-profit roots by joining the dynamic team at United Way of Northwest Vermont, said Boehm. “I have spent the last decade working on financial management with a wide spectrum of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations and I am thrilled to share and grow this experience at an organization having meaningful impact in the community that I and my family call home.”
About United Way of Northwest Vermont
United Way of Northwest Vermont unites our whole community to solve complex problems and harness the power of people to create a stronger region. We proudly serve Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle Counties of Vermont. United Way convenes advocates, organizations and institutions to address the community’s most pressing issues focusing on five key strategies: reducing substance abuse; promoting mental health; meeting basic needs; advancing employment; and supporting families. United Way has the networks, partnerships and strategic initiatives to improve the lives of our family, friends and neighbors. For more information or to get involved, visit www.unitedwaynwvt.org.
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