United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley welcomes Amy Golding and Lindsey A. H. Parks to the Philanthropy Team
Amy Golding joined United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley as Associate Vice President, Philanthropy and Donor Engagement in April. She brings seven years of experience leading major gifts as Head of the Jewish Day School of the Lehigh Valley. Amy will lead donor engagement and philanthropy for Tocqueville Society donors and prospects.
Lindsey A. H. Parks joined UWGLV at the end of March to fill a new role, Special Gifts Officer. She has over 15 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations in the Lehigh Valley and a decade of nonprofit leadership experience, including six years as Executive Director of a nonprofit in Emmaus and, most recently, Director of Development and Marketing at Civic Theatre of Allentown. Lindsey will secure special major gifts that will fund initiatives in our community focused on specific areas.