United Way takes on change
Charged with fixing an organization stunned by a compensation scandal and the recession, the new executive director at United Way of Central Carolinas aims to transform the charity by communicating better with donors, break down walls within the organization and focusing on urgent community needs.
New chief aims to reinvent United Way
As it kicks off its annual fund drive, Charlotte’s United Way faces the immediate task of raising money for critical health and human services and the larger challenge of rebuilding community trust.
United Way chair upbeat on turnaround
United Way of Central Carolinas has rebuilt itself as a leaner, more open and more effective organization and is headed for recovery, its board chair says.
King leaves mixed legacy at United Way
Ousted as CEO in Charlotte, N.C., in a controversy over her compensation, Gloria Pace King was seen as a successful fundraiser and exacting manager.
King says nonprofits pay too little
Ousted last August as CEO of United Way of Central Carolinas over her compensation, Gloria Pace King says in an exclusive interview that she helped raise awareness about the need for better pay for nonprofit professionals.
United Way CEO shaped own compensation, report says
The board of United Way of Central Carolinas showed a lack of knowledge and sensitivity in approving the $2.1 million compensation package for ousted CEO Gloria Pace King, an independent review panel says.
Charlotte United Way names review panel
The panel will study the events leading up to the controversy surrounding the compensation package for ousted CEO Gloria Pace King.
United Way CEO gets big benefits boost
Gloria Pace King, president of United Way of Central Carolinas in Charlotte, received a boost in benefits to more than $800,000, igniting a controversy.