New senior manager and donor engagement for United Way

Belen Ward
bward@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 6/9/22

United Way of Weld County has picked Emily V. Tilton as the new senior manager of donor engagement.

"We are very excited to have Emily join our United Way of Weld County professional staff," said …

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New senior manager and donor engagement for United Way

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United Way of Weld County has picked Emily V. Tilton as the new senior manager of donor engagement.

"We are very excited to have Emily join our United Way of Weld County professional staff," said Patty Gates, United Way's vice president of donor engagement in a written statement. "She brings strong experience in community engagement and relationship development. Emily understands the importance of vision, strategy and passion as we continue to build on United Way's substantial foundation of community support." 

Tilton has over 20 years of experience with community engagement. According to officials, she also volunteered in numerous community and nonprofit organizations.

Tilton lives in Greeley with her husband Drew of 30 years. Tilton is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado.

She previously worked at Aims Community College and the Greeley Tribune on sales, marking projects and community outreach.  

The American Association for Women has recognized Tilton. She also has recognitions from the Community Colleges Leaders Institute, National Council for Marketing and Public Relations, Public Relations Society of America and Swift Enterprise Manager College. Swift has also received the Governor's Award for Outstanding Community Tourism Initiative.

"I have always thought that the work of United Way is critical," Tilton said. "I believe in the positive power of community when strengths are matched to opportunities; to give what you can, where you can, when you can. I am honored to professionally contribute to United Way. I look forward to advocating for its impactful work while listening to and growing with community investors."

Emily V. Tilton, United Way

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