Today, United Way of Greater Toledo is announcing its Board of Trustees has accepted the resignation of Bill Kitson as president & CEO, effective June 1, 2012. Kitson has accepted an offer to lead the United Way of Greater Cleveland.
“We are disappointed to see Bill go, but are deeply appreciative of the transformative leadership he provided to this United Way and to our community during his tenure in Toledo,” said Jani Miller, board president and Central Travel president & CEO. “United Way of Greater Cleveland is fortunate to have someone with Bill’s experience, vision, and talents.”
United Way of Greater Toledo’s board will assemble a search committee which will engage a search firm to begin the process of finding a replacement. In the meantime, Jane Moore, the organizations’ executive vice president, will fill the role of interim president & CEO. Moore has spent her career – 35 years – with United Way of Greater Toledo. Click here to read the full news release.
BILL KITSON BIOGRAPHY
Bill Kitson is driving lasting change in the Toledo area and transforming United Way’s role in that work as president and CEO of United Way of Greater Toledo.
Kitson is rallying our community, engaging neighborhoods, and mobilizing funds, advocates,
and volunteers to advance the common good around education, income, and health—the
building blocks for a good life. He is reaching out and recruiting people and organizations who
bring the passion, expertise, and resources needed to get things done.
JANE MOORE BIOGRAPHY
Jane Moore has dedicated her career of 35 years to United Way of Greater Toledo. As of June 2, 2012, Jane will assume the role of interim president & CEO.
She is currently serving as the executive vice president for United Way of Greater Toledo, providing leadership for United Way’s engagement in the community. Prior to that, Moore held several positions within United Way including: Chief Operating Officer, Vice President of Resource Development, and Vice President of Service Development. Before joining United Way, Moore was an information specialist and director of First Call for Help (a United Way funded program – now United Way 2-1-1).