From empowering young men and boys of color to receiving a BMe Community Genius Award—not to mention putting the finishing touches on his upcoming wedding in Pittsburgh—it’s a productive and inspiring week for Julius Boatwright.
"I leave the office every day knowing that the time I’ve dedicated to my work has positively impacted other people—people I will likely never meet, but who now have access to new resources or opportunities because of United Way. That means everything to me."
With projects and events focused on mentoring the next generation of women leaders, supporting women in crisis and more, it’s a busy week in the Burgh for Signature Financial partner Debbie Graver.
From volunteering with Little Sisters of the Poor to chairing this Friday’s fabulous Great Night Gala at the Children's Museum, Scott Lammie is deeply passionate about Pittsburgh and is actively involved with numerous nonprofits and community causes.
"I’m driven by a personal mission, to help make childcare easier for everyone—and that passion helps motivate me to keep going, even when the days are completely packed."
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Discover how Beaver County native Amy Boots is working to strengthen ties between Western Pennsylvania and Japan.
In January, Sylvia Wilson became the first woman and first African American to be elected as chair of the Allegheny County Sanitary Authority (ALCOSAN) Board of Directors.
From working to make professional theater more accessible and inclusive, to volunteering in public schools, Katie Conaway is passionate about the transformative power of art in communities.
"I like to learn what each school is doing to encourage learning and involve families."