United Way of Knox County welcomes Elizabeth Doolittle as Program Coordinator.
Elizabeth brings experience and education in Engineering and Management. She spent several years in medical technology research, education, and project coordination at Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Hospitals. She is passionate about health and teaching – taking her free time to mentor students, volunteer regularly in STEM outreach opportunities, and serve as a yoga instructor. Honoring her core values and emphasis on community, Elizabeth is very excited to return to her home town of Mount Vernon and Knox County to contribute to and support the United Way’s programs.
As the newest member of the United Way team, Elizabeth will serve as Program Coordinator. She will plan, coordinate and report for the programming within United Way’s Education Initiative, as well as educational opportunities in support of United Way’s Financial Stability and Health Initiatives.
“I am thrilled to be able to have someone with Elizabeth’s knowledge and experience, remarked United Way Executive Director, Kelly Brenneman. We are very fortunate that Elizabeth decided to return to Mount Vernon and pursue a career with United Way. She is a terrific addition to our team.”