United Way of Central Georgia Welcomes Amanda Greechan as Communications Director

United Way of Central Georgia is pleased to welcome Amanda Greechan to the organization as Communications Director. Prior to this, she served as Digital Communications Officer at Wesleyan College for over four years and has over 10 years of experience working with community foundations and institutions of higher education.

Through her work at Wesleyan College, Amanda completely redesigned the College's social media presence. She increased engagement and reach across all the College's social media channels to engage and inspire students, faculty, staff, prospective students, alumnae, and the community. Her community foundation experience includes online giving events, donor impact presentations, and community-wide strategic plans.

“We are extremely excited for Amanda to join our United Way team. Her technical skills along with her experience in telling the Wesleyan story is a natural fit for this role. We know that sharing the essential needs of our community and telling the stories of so many organizations and individuals who are making an impact is critical to our work,” says George McCanless, President & CEO of United Way of Central Georgia.

“I am thrilled to be on the team at United Way of Central Georgia. I am looking forward to sharing UWCG’s transformational work in the community with Central Georgia and beyond,” shared Amanda.

Amanda earned her bachelor's degree in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has also earned a certificate in fundraising management from the Lily School of Philanthropy at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Amanda is originally from Maryland, but has lived and worked in North Carolina, Texas, and California. She is the mother of two children, Samantha and Wyatt, and is an artist who often exhibits her work in Macon's downtown galleries.


About United Way of Central Georgia

For 100 years, United Way of Central Georgia (UWCG) has been a leader and trusted partner in improving lives and changing the trajectory of communities. We are focused on disrupting family poverty by providing early childhood education support to families, preparing people for quality jobs, growing incomes, and ensuring access to better health and education opportunities throughout 14 counties in Central Georgia. We have a bold vision of equitable communities where all individuals are healthy, educated, and financially stable. For more information please visit www.UnitedWayCG.org