Richard Brown and Mary Scott,
co-chairs of the United Way Campaign

 

 

United Way recognizes UTC

UTC was one of two institutions to receive the Company of the Year Community Award from the United Way of Greater Chattanooga . "UTC consistently rises to the occasion, posting one increase after another each campaign year," according to a recent United Way publication.

Faculty, staff and students contributed $102,143, far surpassing the UTC 2002 United Way goal of $88,000. This effort marked a 19 percent increase in campaign giving. Leadership giving (those contributing $1,000 or more) also increased by 32 percent.

Richard Brown, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Operations credits the members of the Chancellor’s Executive Council who served as co-chairs for the United Way and UTC United Way committee members. He also receives help in coordinating United Way efforts from Mary Scott, Assistant to the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Operations.

In 2001, UTC ranked 40th in the nation among colleges and universities giving to United Way.

[inscription on plaque]

Company of the Year

University of Tennessee
at Chattanooga

In recognition
of outstanding company
performance in
United Way of
Greater Chattanooga's
Community Campaign

2002