LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Metro United Way (MUW) has formally opened its search for a new president and CEO in partnership with executive search firm Koya Partners. Ashley Duncan, MUW’s vice chair and incoming board chair, and Kent Blake, MUW’s immediate past chair of the board, are leading the search committee comprised of members of the board of directors and community.
Koya Partners is an executive search firm with an exclusive focus on recruiting CEOs and senior leaders to mission-driven roles. Koya and the search committee have begun engaging with community leaders and many constituents of MUW to develop a position profile. Once the profile is finalized, it will be available on the Koya and Metro United Way career websites. Individuals interested in the opportunity or in nominating a leader for this role can email [email protected]
Theresa Reno-Weber, who announced in February that she planned to step down, will continue as president and CEO until July 31.
For more than 100 years, Metro United Way has empowered individuals and families to achieve their fullest potential by generating meaningful and lasting change in our community. It fights to improve the disparities that persist in education, income, health, housing and racial equality in Jefferson, Bullitt, Oldham and Shelby counties in Kentucky and Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties in Indiana.