Board of Trustees
Pikes Peak United Way is governed by a 18-member Board of Trustees. They have five major leadership roles: review and guide organizational direction, ensure effective management and financial stewardship, represent Pikes Peak United Way in the community, bring the community’s voice to Pikes Peak United Way’s decision making and maintain the community’s trust in the organization.
Our 2013 board is led by Jay Alexander, General Manager of Agilent Technologies.
Pikes Peak United Way's Campaign Council is comprised of business leaders from various industries with the purpose of guiding our annual workplace campaign. They have two main responsibilities: cultivate new business relationships and champion the PPUW cause through recruiting new company campaigns and encouraging, supporting and increasing the Leaders in Giving program.
Our 2012-2013 council is chaired by Jim Harris, Wells Fargo.
Community Impact Committee
The responsibility of Pikes Peak United Way's Community Impact Committee is to recognize and represent community human services needs and interests in the Pikes Peak region and advocate for a variety of community issues and programs, including: Fund Allocations, El Pomar Emergency Grants, and Community Impact programs and initiatives.
Our 2012-2013 committee is co-chaired by community leaders Susan Oldfield and Paula Miller.
Leaders In Giving
The members of the Leaders In Giving Development Committee demonstrate a deep commitment to strengthening our community through their own gifts of $1,000 and above. Through ther leadership and work with the committee, they encourage others to become Leaders in Giving and leaders in philanthropy, supporting those in need within El Paso and Teller Counties.
Our 2012 commitee is chaired by Jacob Martens, Agilent Technologies and Jan Weiland, Cascade Investment Group, Inc.