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United Way of Erie County Staff
Pamela J. Brumbaugh
Pam is a lifelong resident of the Sandusky area and graduated from Perkins High School. She obtained a Bachelors of Science Degree in Social Work from Bowling Green State University and recently graduated from Cleveland State University with a Master's Degree of Nonprofit Management and Leadership. She graduated from Leadership Erie County in 2006 and serves on the Board of Directors. She was hired as the Executive Director of United Way in August, 2008. She previously worked at the Erie County Prosecutor's Office as Director of the Victim Assistance Program. She is a member of both the Sandusky Rotary and Zonta and serves on their respective boards. She married Michael in October, 2008 and has two children, Deidre (who is married and has given me two adorable grandsons) and Amanda (who is attending college in North Carolina).
He moved to Sandusky from Akron about 20 years ago. He graduated from Akron Springfield High School and Received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Heidelberg College. He was hired as the Campaign Manager with the United Way of Erie County in June 2013. He previously worked for the Sandusky Area YMCA 2002 – 2009, and the Vermilion Family YMCA 2008 – 2013. He is a member of the Kiwanis of Sandusky and serves on their Board. He is married to Stacy Williams and has 2 children. Felicia who is on her way to the University of Akron and Cordell who will be a Senior at Perkins High School.
Michaela graduated from Norwalk High School. She currently attends BGSU Firelands, where she is working to obtain her Bachelors degree in Social Work. She was hired as the Special Events/Volunteer Coordinator in October 2012.
Interning for 2013
United Way of Erie County works with local colleges, universities and adult programs to provide on-going education to interns, externs and co-ops. United Way is excited to have the opportunity to teach and assist students in learning more about the community and non-profit work.
To date, United Way has had interns from the following programs:
- BGSU Main and Firelands Campuses
- BGSU - Visual Communications Technology Co-Op Program
- EHOVE Adult Career Center Professional Specialist Program