Ohio United Way President Visits Trumbull Chapter

WARREN, Ohio — The new CEO of Ohio United Way, Steve Hollon, visited the United Way of Trumbull County this week and attended one of its regularly scheduled board of directors meetings.

“It’s my goal to visit all of the local United Ways in the state by the end of the year, and I hope that all of my visits will be as inspiring as the one to Trumbull County,” Hollon said in a statement released Wednesday by the Trumbull chapter.

Hollon comes to Ohio United Way with over 25 years of experience in the public policy arena, including 15 years as the director of the Ohio Supreme Court and as executive director of the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission. He has served in leadership roles at two United Way chapters and the state organization.

“It was my great pleasure to visit with the board, executive committee and staff of the United Way of Trumbull County. I was very impressed with the level of commitment by board chair Cathy Saluga and the other volunteer leaders, and I know that Ginny Pasha provides highly energetic and positive leadership as the president/CEO to the organization.”

Pictured: Steve Hollon, with United Way of Trumbull County’s board of directors: Esther Buschau, Melissa Maki, Eric Lanham, Dr. Lance Grahn, Cathy Saluga, Julie Vugrinovich, Steve Hollon, William Royals, John Rossi, Ginny Pasha, John Walsh and Mathew Martin.

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