Bryann Sullivan of Des Moines has been hired as the Women United assistant coordinator for United Way of Story County (UWSC). Sullivan began her new role at UWSC on July 30.
Prior to becoming the Women United assistant coordinator, Sullivan worked as an AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteer in Service to America) at UWSC. Her year of service focused on identifying the unmet needs of families with low-incomes and explored solutions to meet those needs.
As Women United assistant coordinator, Sullivan will focus on program implementation, outcomes management, and volunteer/fundraising support for United Way’s Women United program.
“We are thrilled to keep Bryann on board at United Way,” commented Jean Kresse, president and CEO at UWSC. “She has a passion for helping people and finding solutions to problems that exist in our community. She will be a wonderful addition to the Women United program.”
United Way of Story County is a strategic leader in building countywide partnerships to identify needs and to develop, support and evaluate effective human services, especially in the areas of education, income and health for our diverse community.