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#WhyWednesday: Beth Keller

01-31-2018 · Cole Women United

#WhyWednesday: Beth Keller

Share Your Why: Beth Keller

As an employee at Habitat for Humanity and a member of our Women of Cole, Beth Keller is committed to community service in both her personal and professional life. United Way of Greater Atlanta Women of Cole was named after Johnetta B. Cole, the first African-American female president of Spelman College, and honors Cole’s legacy by mobilizing women of diverse backgrounds to make an impact through leadership, philanthropy and service.

Today, Beth Keller shares the philosophy behind her philanthropy and why she chooses to invest in her community with United Way.

What’s the “why” behind your commitment to community service? Share Your Why with United Way of Greater Atlanta and inspire other volunteers, advocates and donors.

#WhyWednesday: Daffany Murphy

01-10-2018 · MOMS · Cole Women United

#WhyWednesday: Daffany Murphy

Share Your Why

Daffany Murphy, VP of Human Resources for Enterprise Holdings in Georgia, gives, advocates and volunteers with United Way as a Women of Cole board member. Women of Cole is an engagement group that mobilizes women from diverse backgrounds to make a difference through initiatives like Pack the Purse, the M.O.M.S. program, our Leading a Life of Purpose event and other causes.

Today, hear why Daffany is committed to giving back to Greater Atlanta – and how her company supports her philanthropic spirit.

What’s your why? Share why you’re a community advocate – and give a shoutout to your company if they’re community-minded too! Anyone can share their why with us. Click here to learn how.

08-14-2017 · Cole Society · Cole Women United

Meet the New WOC Chair

  Amy Rudolph is a partner at the law firm Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP and focuses her practice on complex business litigation with a particular emphasis on accounting and financial issues. She has led her law firm’s United Way campaign three times,…

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