2-media-2013

United Way welcomes new fundraising chief

MISSISSAUGA (March 14, 2013) – Shelley White, President and CEO, United Way of Peel Region, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ania Kordiuk to the position of Chief Development Officer.

In her role, Kordiuk will assume responsibility for the strategic vision and leadership of all fundraising functions, including the annual campaign, major individual giving, planned giving and special gift initiatives. She will also provide leadership to the resource development staff and volunteers.

Kordiuk is a veteran of Toronto’s non-profit and cultural community since 1987, continuously leading fundraising, marketing communications and service teams to success. She comes to United Way from the Royal Ontario Museum where she held a variety of senior roles for 18 years, including Director of Annual Giving and Vice-President, Marketing and Commercial Development. Most recently, Kordiuk held the position of Vice-President, Visitor Relations and Commercial Services, overseeing the public operations at the museum. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto.

“I am proud to welcome Ania to United Way and look forward to the leadership she will provide for our resource development initiatives,” says White. “United Way will benefit greatly from her strong business skills and experience, and her passion and commitment to improving the quality of life of the people of Peel who need it most.”

“I am delighted to join United Way of Peel Region. I look forward to building on the success of the fundraising portfolio and intend to diversify and deepen the relationship with our many partners, volunteers and donors. I am proud to be part of an organization that leads such positive change throughout the dynamic community of Peel.”

A photo of Ania Kordiuk is posted here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/unitedwaypeel/8556388045/in/photostream

Contact:
Doris Mohrhardt
Communications & Marketing
905-602-3624 (desk)
416-420-9975 (mobile)
dmohrhardt@unitedwaypeel.org