Noah Rosen, President of Kleenco Maintenance and Construction, will serve as Campaign Chair for the 2018 United Way campaign in Madison County.
Rosen, a dedicated supporter and advocate for United Way, has served on its Board of Directors since 2016. During his time on the board, he has been a member of the strategic fundraising and governance committees. Currently he serves as chair of the strategic fundraising committee.
Contributing to the growth and health of our community has been a lifetime priority for Rosen and it is ingrained in the DNA of Kleenco Maintenance and Construction. “I am passionate about United Way because I believe strongly in providing opportunities to lift families toward their dreams and sustainable futures. This is the core focus of the United Way and its programs” said Rosen
Rosen grew up in Los Angeles and joined Kleenco after a 20+ year career in the Consumer Packaged Goods industry having spent time all across the country with a number of companies including Procter & Gamble and Johnson & Johnson. He holds an MBA from Syracuse University and a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University.
“Noah has been a step-up-and-do volunteer leader from the moment he got involved with United Way, driven by a sincere desire to help others and to build a thriving community,” said Nancy Vaughan, president of United Way of Madison County. “But more than that, he is a friendly, kind and supportive individual who is a pleasure to know.”
In addition to the campaign’s overall financial goal, this year’s campaign will continue the effort to grow the number of individuals and businesses partnering with United Way through workplace campaigns, volunteering, advocacy and individual financial support.
“Every person can play a part in changing the course of the life of someone in need through United Way. With United Way, it’s not just about providing the help that a family may need today. It’s about providing long-term support and resources to families so they are able and empowered to achieve a better, financially-stable future for themselves and their children,” shared Kim Williams, Vice President for Resource Development for United Way of Madison County. “We need individuals and businesses to join with us and get involved. The more that do, the more the entire community will benefit.”
Rosen will lead the organization’s campaign with the support of United Way’s volunteer campaign cabinet lead by team leaders: Beth Tharp, Scott Melinger, Brian Donahue, Greg Bramwell, Kelly Hawes, Aaron Reger and Bekah Snyder-Logan. Individuals interested in volunteering on this year’s campaign can contact Kim Williams at United Way at 765-608-3064.
The 2018 United Way campaign will officially begin in August. At that time, United Way will announce its goal for this year’s campaign. Last year’s campaign raised $765,000 to support local effort to help families become financially stable.