Jessica Bigelow, Markus Flynn, A. David Inyang, Kurt Jensen, Paul Nees, Steve Tenney and Jonathan Wickert have joined the United Way of Story County (UWSC) board of directors. They are joining 13 other volunteers and will serve for three-year terms.
The UWSC board sets the policies for the organization and the priorities for the annual allocations. As ambassadors, they help to articulate the vision and mission, and advocate for those less fortunate. Board members are responsible for the sound management (fiscal, program, personnel, insurance and property) of UWSC.
Bigelow and Flynn both join us as students from Iowa State University (ISU). Bigelow is finishing her first year as an accounting major, while Flynn is a graduate student in the kinesiology department.
Inyang, of Ames, is the assistant vice president for the Department of Environmental Health and Safety at ISU. He has been with the university for close to 30 years.
Jensen, of Gilbert, has worked for First National Bank for more than 25 years. Jensen serves as the current senior vice president of operations.
Nees, of Gilbert, is the executive director of the operations control team at Renewable Energy Group (REG). He has been with the company for more than 20 years..
Tenney, of Ames, serves as the chief financial officer at Story Construction. Tenney has been with Story Construction for over 20 years.
Wickert, of Ames, has been with ISU for over ten years and has been serving as the senior vice president and provost since 2012.
“United Way of Story County is thrilled to welcome our newest board members,” said Jean Kresse, UWSC president and CEO. “The talent they bring will be beneficial as we continue to improve lives in our community.”