Young Leaders Society

Young Leaders Society Committee:

Amber Harmon – Chair
Megan McClanahan – Vice Chair
Michelle Fried – Secretary
Bo Langdon
Dan Biwer
Deirdre Pearson
Jake Pottorff
Jared Shamburger
Kristin Hayden 
Melissa Gattis
Ryan Smith

Young Leaders Society Members
Matt Anderson
Jamie and Sarah Baessler
Justin Becker
Sean and Sonja Belfiore
Daniel J Biwer
Tiffany Cron
Mike D’Amato
Melanie Falvo
Caitlin Frantz
Michelle and Craig Fried
Lauren Gagnon
Derrik Garhart
Melissa Gattis
Cassie Gonzales
Britni Holman
Joanna Kapsch
Kimmie Marler
Shantel Mata
Megan McClanahan
Celeste and Jeffrey McCorvey
Jennifer and Jesse Miller
Robbie and Brook Miner
Kent and Kelyn Naughton
Jen Oftelie
Cassie and Brian Powell
Jamie Preuss-Morrison
Galen and Nicole Quinn
Tim and Nicole Rennau
Keith and Lindsey Richards
Jesse Rosales
Ken and Amy Salazar
Jill Scott
Sara Seely
Jared and Heather Shamburger
Charlie and Jenny Shoop
The Skoglund Family
Ryan and Cathy Smith
Meggan and Ken Sponsler
Carrie and Adam Strauch
Audriana and Eddie Talamantes
Albert L Teel
Holly and Jonathan Watkins

Additionally,18 donors wish to remain anonymous

What is Young Leaders Society?

Young Leaders Society is an engaging and inspiring group of 20 and 30 somethings who are passionate about building a strong community within Weld County through Philanthropy!

Young Leaders Society was organized to inspire community changes with eager, early to mid-career professionals. YLS members enjoy volunteer opportunities, great networking events and professional development opportunities that come with their membership. This includes involvement in “Talk and Taste” events, Lunch and Learns, Networking for a Cause and other volunteer community events, such as Weld Project Connect and Day of Action.

Young Leaders Society membership is open to donors between the age of 21-40 who donate $260 or more annually (That’s only $22/month!)

At United Way of Weld County, we believe that young professionals – right here in Weld County, can have a huge impact in our community!

For more information contact Nicole Quinn at United Way.