United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk Hires Summer Student
Through the Canadian Summer Jobs Program, United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk has hired a summer student for their “Special Events Coordinator” position.
Jill deBoer of Cayuga has shown evidence of her experience in fundraising and working with non-profit organizations. All the way from raising money to build a water well in Africa, to recently getting back from her fifth mission trip to Haiti, Jill has a heart for helping others. When Jill finishes her Child and Youth Worker Program at Sheridan College, she hopes to work closer with some of United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk’s member agencies.
“I am beyond excited to start planning and coordinating events in our nearby communities that will help raise funds for United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk,” states Jill.
The Board of Directors of the United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk is pleased to announce the appointment of a new Executive Director, Brittany Burley.
Brittany Burley brings a wealth of knowledge to the position, including a background in marketing, business administration, and account management. Her resume highlights roles at myFM, the Centre for Management Development, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and Health Canada. Her non-profit experience includes work with the United Way, Simcoe Little Theatre, Prince’s Charities of Canada, and Futurpreneur Canada (formerly Canadian Youth Business Foundation). Burley is a graduate of the Paul J. Hill School of Business at the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Business Administration, majoring in Marketing.
“I am very excited for the opportunity to work for an organization that positively impacts so many lives,” states Burley. “The United Way of Haldimand and Norfolk is an important part of our community and adds great value to it. I see a lot of potential to increase our impact to help even more people in need. We are fortunate to be living in a caring community and I look forward to all of the positive change that we can make together.”