2 appointed to United Way of Kentucky Board of Directors

Hilary Morgan

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Oct. 1, 2018) — United Way of Kentucky has appointed Hilary Morgan and Maggie Elder to the board of directors.

Morgan serves as director of marketing for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. The Kentucky Chamber represents 3,800 member businesses and strives to be a catalyst, consensus builder and advocate for a thriving economic climate in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

“I am so pleased to welcome Hilary Morgan as a new board member,” said Kevin Middleton, UWKY president. “Hilary’s leadership brings a wealth of experience and expertise, formed in private business, with the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, and as an advocate for the non-profit sector. She will be a tremendous asset to UWKY as we further our mission to advance the health, education, and financial stability of all Kentuckians, in partnership with public, private, and community-based organizations.”

Maggie Edler

Elder serves as COO at Metro United Way in Louisville. Metro United Way fights for the education, health, and financial independence of every person in Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham, and Shelby counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd, and Harrison counties in Indiana.

“I am pleased to welcome Maggie Elder as a new board member, and grateful for her willingness to lend her expertise to advancing the United Way mission across the commonwealth,” said Middleton. “Maggie fills a unique role on our board, bringing over 11 years of United Way experience and tested leadership in strategic development for non-profit sector.  She is an asset to our network, and our capacity to advance the health, education, and financial stability of all Kentuckians.”

United Way of Kentucky’s Board of Directors is comprised of individuals from the business, academic, non-profit and public sector serving communities across Kentucky. It is the board’s responsibility to provide counsel and guidance in the direction and operation of UWKY as well as it is to raise awareness of UWKY’s services to Kentucky communities.