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United Way promotes two staffers in community impact

United Way of North Central Florida is pleased to congratulate Jennifer Stojkovic and Sylvia Waldman on their promotions in the area of Community Impact and Resource Development. 
Effective immediately, Jennifer Stojkovic has been promoted to Director of Community Impact and Sylvia Waldman has been promoted to Director of Database Systems. The promotions signify greater responsibilities in the agency’s division that oversees the management of helping local agencies provide support services in key areas including health, education, income and immediate needs.  Karen Slevin, vice president of community impact, retired from the division in late January.
“These two ladies have demonstrated a commitment and loyalty to the United Way’s mission of focusing on issues to build solutions through collaboration, giving and advocacy,” said Deborah Bowie, President and CEO of the United Way of North Central Florida. 
“We are pleased to help support their professional development within the organization. Attracting talent is critical to an organization’s success but just as important is helping to develop existing staff and to leverage all the resources of the agency if we are to remain effective,” Bowie said.
Jennifer Stojkovic began her time at United Way in December of 2012 as the VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program manager. Later, Stojkovic was promoted to community impact manager, where she oversaw all income and health initiatives, as well as the 2-1-1 helpline.
Sylvia Waldman started at the United Way in February of 2013 when she was brought on as the donor database manager. In her time at United Way, Waldman has managed the agency portal e-CImpact (an online reporting tool for community impact partner agencies to input data), the UFCC workplace campaign and the United Way donor database containing thousands of donors. 
Bowie said there could be opportunities in coming months to add part-time staff to support community impact as well as the growing needs in database management. For more information about opportunities to join the team at the United Way, visit