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Veteran tapped as new leader of United Way | The Journal Gazette

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Matthew Purkey served in the Marine Corps before taking on his civilian role as financial manager in special operations for the Air Force. He has a master’s degree in human services specializing in executive leadership, and he is finishing up a Ph.D. in strategic leadership. Chosen to be the next president and CEO of United Way after the previous president left without an explanation in September, Purkey will start in his position on February 3rd. Sue Ehinger, a United Way board chairwoman, has commented on his character and work ethic, stating that he “has demonstrated success in building and leading high-performance teams and has developed comprehensive strategies.”

Source: https://www.journalgazette.net/news/local/20200114/veteran-tapped-as-new-leader-of-united-way

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