P.O. Box 2477
Hyannis, MA 02601
508.775.4746
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STAFF

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Barbara Milligan
Cape & Islands United Way — President & CEO

Barbara Milligan joined the Cape and Islands United Way as President & CEO in the summer of 2014. Previously she served as the President & CEO of Highfield Hall and Gardens in Falmouth were, for almost a decade, she supervised restoration of the historic estate and envisioned and led its transformation into a museum and cultural center. Barbara is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and a Master Gift Officer who holds an MA in Public History. She serves on the board of Philanthropy Partners of Cape Cod and is involved with many regional coalitions and collaborations.

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Sarah Eldredge
Cape and Islands United Way — Community Relations Officer

Sarah Eldredge joined the Cape and Islands United Way in the fall of 2014. Previously she worked as an event planner in the Office of Alumni Relations at Northeastern University in Boston. While working full-time in a high-paced environment, Sarah worked towards, and completed her Master’s degree in communication and leadership. Prior to Northeastern, Sarah completed her Bachelor of Business Administration degree at the Isenberg School of Business at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Sarah is a cape native from Dennis, and she is involved with Cape Cod Young Professionals and Big Brothers Big Sisters Cape Cod & the Islands.

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Beth Bowman

Cape and Islands United Way — Director of Community Impact (Part-Time)

Beth Bowman joined the Cape and Islands United Way in August of 2016 as the agency’s first Community Impact Officer.  In this role, Ms. Bowman is responsible for working with grantees and partners to make lasting change across the Cape and Islands through sustainable projects.  Ms. Bowman is a licensed independent clinical social worker with nearly 20 years of experience in the settings of substance abuse, mental health and child welfare.  Most recently, she served as Assistant Commissioner of the Office of Performance Management and Accountability at the New Jersey Department of Children and Families. There she provided leadership in the development and implementation of performance improvement and accountability work. She has a B.A. from Drew University and holds a Master in Social Services from Bryn Mawr College.

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Mary LeBeau
Cape and Islands United Way — Administrator (Part-Time)

Mary LeBeau, a resident of Falmouth, earned a bachelor’s degree from Clark University. She has worked for the National Park Service, a Worcester printing company and the U.S. Census, as well as consulting for many years as a graphic artist.  Mary most recently worked at Highfield Hall & Gardens where she had charge of database management, mailings, and gift processing while also providing administrative support to the CEO. Mary serves in a similar role for the United Way. Mary’s expertise in data management, her many years of experience working in a mail house, and her skill in graphic design make her an excellent addition to the United Way team.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE VOLUNTEERS

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Mary Ann Morrice
Cape & Islands United Way – Volunteer Leadership Giving Liaison

After spending more than 25 years in financial services at Putnam Investments, Mary Ann is delighted to bring her client service, marketing and sales experience to bear on behalf of the Cape and Islands United Way, and those we serve.

Mary Ann has been involved with the Cape and Islands United Way since 2009 with the launch of the Founders’ Circle, our premier level of leadership giving.  She has had the privilege of working in partnership with several of our existing Founders to grow this giving circle to more than 50 members since inception.  She serves as the volunteer membership director or relationship manager for existing Founders and, along with Barbara Milligan, is responsible for communication with the members, ongoing development and cultivation to sustain and grow the circle, events, and collateral related to the Founders’ Circle and the umbrella leadership giving structure, the Sand Dollar Leadership society.  Mary Ann also serves on the Community Investment Committee and the Best Night Committee and has been heavily involved in many other projects and initiatives during her tenure.  Mary Ann believes strongly in civic responsibility and is committed to the mission of the Cape and Islands United Way.

Previously, Mary Ann served on the Board of the South Boston Neighborhood House for five years.  This was a treasured childhood respite for her Dad and his siblings and she was honored to have the opportunity to help them in return.

Mary Ann and her husband, Charlie, live in Barnstable Village.  She has two stepsons and four grandchildren.

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Pat Maloney
Cape & Islands United Way – Volunteer

Pat Maloney has over 30 years experience in nonprofit development, primarily in arts institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts.  Prior to joining the United Way team she was manager of development and marketing at Highfield Hall and Gardens. Pat has served as a volunteer at the the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Worcester Art Museum, and as a member of the Westborough Cultural Council, the Madison Cultural Arts Council, and the Shoreline Alliance for the Arts in Connecticut.

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Tom McCullough
Currently Community Investment Committee (CIC) Liaison
Formerly Interim Director January-June 2015
Cape & Islands United Way – Volunteer

Judy (an ordained minister) and I (community service worker) became fulltime residents in Dennis in 2005, where our 5 children, their spouses and our 10 grandchildren love to visit.  After retiring from full-time professions we have found plenty of opportunities on the Cape to be involved in interesting work. For me that includes serving on the CIUW Community Needs Committee in 2008.   My 45 years in social service organizations included nearly 30 years with the United Way, focusing on assessment of financial and program operations of organizations supported by United Way grants (Akron OH, Pittsburgh PA and 17 years in Boston).