ALEXANDRIA, Va., June 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, United Way Worldwide (UWW) announced the appointment of Tom Lowery as Senior Vice President of Learning and Development.
In this role, Lowery will support large-scale growth with a focus on innovation and sustainability. Lowery will begin work at United Way Worldwide on June 30, 2022.
Tom Lowery, senior vice president of learning and development, United Way Worldwide
“I look forward to joining United Way Worldwide and leading innovative learning and business transformation initiatives that enable us to work more effectively with each other, with our partners and with the communities we serve around the world,” said Lowery. “The important work in health, education and economic sustainability that is at the forefront of United Way’s work are services I look forward to advancing around the world.”
Lowery has over 25 years of experience developing leaders and emerging leaders, empowering teams, leading talent management initiatives and leading organizational change. He led corporate university and global talent management for information technology research and advisory firm Gartner, and leadership and volunteer board development for the national office of the $7.7 billion Associations of US YMCAs. He has advised Fortune 100 companies and national nonprofits on team and performance optimization. Most recently, Lowery served as Assistant Vice President, Leadership Development & Organizational Change for Easterseals.
Lowery is a dual citizen of the US and Ireland, which underscores his approach of working through a global lens. He holds an MA in Ethical Leadership from Claremont Lincoln University and a BA from Pitzer College, both in Claremont, California.
About United Way:
United Way brings people together to build strong communities where everyone thrives. As the world’s largest privately funded charitable organization, serving 95% of US communities and 37 countries and territories, our humanitarian efforts support 48 million people each year. Through United Way, communities rise to tough challenges and collaborate with private, public, and not-for-profit partners to advance education, economic solutions, and health resources. United Way is the mission of choice for 2.5 million volunteers, 7.7 million donors and 45,000 corporate partners in more than 1,100 communities worldwide in our second century of service. Together we are building resilient, just communities around the world. Learn more at UnitedWay.org. Follow us: @United Way and #LiveUnited.
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SOURCE United Way Worldwide