2020-2021 Campaign

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Campaign Chairman: Andrew Smith

Dr. Andrew Smith, Assistant Superintendent of Transformation for Rowan-Salisbury Schools, is a Rowan County native and has worked for Rowan-Salisbury Schools for 11 years as an East Rowan High School Forensics and Biology Teacher, Director of Innovation and Chief Strategy Officer.

Smith previously served as Campaign Co-Chair during the 2019-2020 campaign and has served as a board member and campaign cabinet leader for the education division for two years. He has also volunteered as a committee member for United Way’s Into the Light Mental Health and Substance Abuse Walk.


Campaign Cabinet

Listed below are the community leaders who will assist the 2020-2021 campaign with Andrew Smith in the Campaign Cabinet. While Smith oversees the fundraising campaign, members of the cabinet will manage and establish goals for divisions and assist in promoting the campaign.

Eric Slipp, Nouryon (Public Relations Chair); Jim Behmer, Salisbury-Rowan Utilities (Vice-Chair, Presidents); John Struzick, Retired, Innospec (Chairmans); Denise Hallett, Vulcan (Industrial 1); Joan Correll & Jennifer Traylor, Nouryon (Industrial 2); Penny Greer-Link, W.G. Hefner VA Medical Center (Commercial 1); Jim Greene, Rowan County Commissioner (Commercial 2); Greg Anderson, Retired, Salisbury Post (Commercial 3); Kaisha Brown & Rodney Harrison, City of Salisbury (Public Employees); April Kuhn, Rowan-Salisbury Schools (Education); Terry Smith, Salisbury Fire Department (Community Business); Elizabeth Cook, Retired, Salisbury Post (Special Gifts); David Post, David Post Law, Salisbury City Councilman (Professionals); Ed Norvell, Attorney (Leadership Giving).


Company Chair Resources

Looking for resources and links to support you as you conduct your company’s United Way campaign? Use the button below for your one stop shop for all things campaign related.

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