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Stacey Stewart

By Stacey Stewart

Recognizing a Pioneer in the Women’s Leadership Movement


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Ann Stallard with CNN's Soledad O'Brien speaking on behalf of the United Way National Town Hall on Education. Also visible in the audience, pictured from left to right, are Nnamdi Asomugha, NFL Ambassador, Gregory Taylor of W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Brain Gallagher, President and CEO of United Way Worldwide.

As we wrap-up National Women’s History month, I would like to take a moment to congratulate Ann Stallard, a winner of the United Way Women in Philanthropy award. Earlier this month at the United Way Women’s Leadership Summit, Ann was recognized for her dedication to volunteerism and continued work to improve education, inspire entrepreneurship and empower women. As a successful business woman, former chair of United Way’s U.S.A Board of Trustees and former chair of United Way’s Women’s Leadership Council, Ann’s leadership in the United Way network has been outstanding. I had a front row seat as Ann was transitioning United Way of America to United Way Worldwide. It has been an honor and privilege to observe her strength, determination and leadership in our organization’s movement. Thank you, Ann, for playing such an integral role in strengthening our communities and motivating individuals. You are truly an inspiration.

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