Ambassador Program

Each year, community-minded employers lend key personnel to United Way of West Florida to serve as Ambassadors. By volunteering their time each month, these individuals help raise funds to meet critical needs in our community. Each Ambassador supports between five and eight companies by planning and implementing successful fundraising campaigns. To do this, Ambassadors receive training and several opportunities to learn more about the United Way-funded programs addressing the gaps in education, health, and financial stability.

Benefits

Good for the Individual

  • Heightens awareness of community needs and resources
  • Enhances organizational, presentation, and leadership skills
  • Increases knowledge of the local business community
  • Opportunity to learn from key community leaders in a small group setting 

Good for the Community

  • Increase public awareness and support for community needs
  • Improve fundraising results and maximize campaign resources
  • Inspire, passionate champions

Good for the Company

  • Provides leadership development of employees
  • Displays your company's commitment to our community
  • Promotes company visibility 

Questions? Contact development@uwwf.org

2023-24 Ambassadors

Bianca James, Children's Home Society

Courtney Radcliffe, Simon Property Group / Cordova Mall

Crystal Berkley, Renasant Bank

Devonte Bess, Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast

Dianna Montoya, The Bindu Institute

Elizabeth Hartley, Florida Power and Light Company

Jerad Goodman, Regions Bank

Kaylyn Neal, Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast

Kenny Pressley, Navy Federal Credit Union

Richard Lynch, Re-Entry Alliance Pensacola, INC. (REAP)

Sharon Wilson, Olive Branch Health & Rehabilitation Center

Stephanie Howard, Studer Family of Companies

Tara Taneka Pogue, Harvest Community Outreach, Inc.

William Davis, Pen Air Credit Union

 

Ambassador Appreciation Photos