United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley Announces Amy Golding as Associate Vice President of Philanthropy and Donor Engagement
Allentown, PA – United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley announced it has named Amy Golding to serve as Associate Vice President of Philanthropy and Donor Engagement. In her new role, Golding leads donor engagement and philanthropy for United Way Tocqueville Society donors and prospects.
A recognized leader in community building, Golding brings with her decades of experience in leadership, major gifts and philanthropy. Most recently, Golding served for seven years as the Head of Schools at the Jewish Day School of the Lehigh Valley, which she attended during her primary years.
“We are thrilled to have Amy’s experience in philanthropy and look forward to her assistance with spreading our organization’s message and attracting new donors,” said United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley President David Lewis.
“Her background in leading fundraising campaigns makes her the perfect addition to our leadership team, and her reputation in our community enables us to continue to grow and develop resources and solutions that improve our community,” Lewis added.
Golding is from Allentown and values giving back to the community. She currently sits on the board of Jewish Kids Groups, an independent network of Jewish supplementary schools that educate and inspire children, engendering positive Jewish learning, identity and friendships.
“As a native of the Lehigh Valley, I am honored for the opportunity to use my expertise to serve the region and surrounding areas,” said Golding. “United Way inspires me to advocate for building communities where every person thrives, and I’m excited to work with the organization’s committed donors to achieve lasting impact and fulfill our mission.”
She received her master’s in collaborative leadership from Drexel University’s School of Education in 2018. In 2022, Golding received a certificate in leadership from Spertus Institute with Northwestern University and was invited to be part of the first cohort of the Mandel Institute for Nonprofit Leadership’s Educational Leadership Program.