Trumbull United Way Launches ‘Women United’ Council

WARREN, Ohio – Leaders from the United Way of Trumbull County and Trumbull Regional Medical Center have launched a new women’s leadership council, Trumbull County Women United.

The chapter is part of the United Way’s global Women United program, which serves 165 communities and more than 70,000 women.

“Local members of Women United will assist the United Way of Trumbull County with community service and fundraising,” said Christine Cope, United Way’s director of resource development and marketing, in a release. “Women United will also serve to inspire women across Trumbull County.  The mission of this group is to bring women together through personal and professional development, leadership, philanthropy, mentorship, and volunteerism.”

Pam Marshall, Trumbull Regional’s physician liaison will be the group’s chairwoman.

The primary focus of Trumbull County Women United will be addressing diabetes, the organization said. One out of 11 Americans are diagnosed with the disease and Trumbull County is in the 11th percentile nationally.

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Pictured: (Front, left to right):  Pam Marshall, Jeri Germano, and Wendy Miller. (Back L-R):  Jenna Amerine, Sallie Daugherty, Laurie Barber, Dr. Mary Ann Pagne, Linda Tominey, Christine Cope, Tammy Jorgensen and Michelle Preston.  Not pictured are Julianna Begalla, Holly Welch and Missy Auch. 

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