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 Welcome Chuck Wolfe our new im PACT Program Coordinator

Dear League Members and Friends:
 
Hello, my name is Chuck Wolfe. I am the new imPACT Program Coordinator for the League of Women Voters Ohio Education Fund. I am very excited to serve the League and its mission to educate and empower citizens in our communities in the democratic ideals and system. On behalf of the state League, I thank you for serving as a volunteer and friend. Your efforts have empowered many citizens and enhanced our democracy.
 
 I started on July 19 and have been learning about the many volunteers involved and their roles, chapter organization, public policy issues, LWVOEF Town Meetings, our partnership with the Joyce Foundation and the state League. I find I have much to learn.
 
All of us are key players in educating our citizens and keeping our democratic process strong. Since we will be working together closely, I look forward meeting all of you as we participate together in League. You are welcome to share ideas and perspectives on how we fulfill our mission. I can offer support as you continue to serve our citizens and the community through community events such as local meetings In the past, the imPACT Program offered support for Town Hall Meetings. Under the current grant program, we have more flexibility for the events that can be supported through grant funds and are eager to work with you to assure you access and use those funds and resources.
 
I plan to be in all parts of the state meeting with all the local Leagues leadership this month. You are welcome to contact me anytime and about anything.
 
Again, thank you so much for all the energy, passion and dedication you have given the league. I look forward meeting all of you and working in partnership with you in serving our citizens.  It is appreciated.
 
Sincerely,

Chuck
 
Charles E. Wolfe, M.S.
im PACT Program Manager
League of Women Voters of Ohio Educational Foundation
Office: 614-469-1505
Home: 614-337-9620
Charles (Chuck) E. Wolfe, M.S.
Bio
Chuck Wolfe brings over 20 years of international, national, regional land local volunteer/ professional not for profit experience as a volunteer grass root organizer, Volunteer Board President, Volunteer Board Member, Executive Director, Development Director, Marketing Director, Staff Manager, and Camp Director. He has given leadership and support to international, national, regional and local not for profits using his skills to maximize strategic relationships to achieve increased productivity and agency mission advancement. He is an active citizen participating in the political process.
 Assisted in growing grass root, local, regional, state and national not for profit movements in board development, revenue generation, social media marketing, strategic planning, membership building and image enhancement.
He has served in executive leadership roles for the Boy Scouts of America, Ohio Business Week Foundation, Camp Sunrise, The Association of Retarded Citizens of Allen County, Hospice and Health Services of Fairfield County, National Kidney Foundation of Ohio, Jewish Family Services, currently President of WCA, Strategic Solutions for Non Profits. A developed successful partnership projects with companies such has Stanley Steemer, InfoCision, Revolution Software, and Signature Worldwide.
Volunteer and Professional and Background
Bachelor of Arts in Human Relations & Minor in Political Science,  Salem Teiyko University, American Humanics Foundation Graduate, Master of Science in Human Service Management Franklin University, Association of Fund Raising Professionals, President Barbarossa Toastmaster Club, Leadership Worthington Graduate, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Vice President Northland Area Business Association, President WCA, Strategic Solutions for Non-Profits, Chair of the Grants and Fund Raising Committee for Forty Plus of Central Ohio, First Night Columbus Steering Committee, Secretary of the Franklin County Consortium for Good Government, Board member of the North YMCA and numerous recognitions for outstanding professional and volunteer service, including Franklin Covey Training, Ohio Association of Not for Profit Organizations, and Volunteer Administrator  Network of Ohio.
Personal
A native of Le Roy, New York, recently widowed, enjoys traveling, white water rafting, kayaking, canoeing, backpacking, reading, bicycling, community service, and presently resides in Columbus, Ohio with his cat named Allie.
 


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