Sydney Murray, email@example.com:47 p.m. EDT June 25, 2015
United Way of Greater Cincinnati has elected Carl Satterwhite as its new chair of the board of directors.
Satterwhite has been a member of United Way’s board since 2010, and joined the executive committee in 2014.
He was named one of United Way’s 100 heroes at the organization’s Gathering of Heroes Dinner in April. These heroes are people who have helped shape United Way volunteer service for the past 70 years.
“Carl’s strong commitment to this community and the leadership he’s shown in his professional experiences make him an excellent fit to be our board chair in our 100th anniversary year,” Robert Reifsnyder, United Way’s president and CEO, said in a news release.
Satterwhite is the president/owner of West Chester-based RCF Group, which he founded in 2003. RCF provides personalized workplaces solutions for businesses.
He is also a former chair of United Way’s Herbert R. Brown Society and is a trustee for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Ohio Minority Supplier Development Council, Cincinnati Reds Diversity and Inclusion and the Anthony Munoz Foundation.
“It is a humbling honor to have this opportunity to be the board chair of United Way,” Satterwhite said in the release. “I see it as a huge responsibility, but also a huge accountability to this community and region. I’m really looking forward to the challenge: how I can bring innovation, invention and experiences from my upbringing that might help advance the movement in a way that maybe has not been done before.”