The newly appointed executive director of United Way of Washington County said he will focus on boosting campaign donations and looks forward to continuing "working with people to help people."
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James Taylor, of Tampa, Fla., in February will replace Kathleen Hall, who has headed up the local United Way for eight years, Board President Richard Gagliardi said Monday. He will start Feb. 14.
"The opportunity to work in a small United Way gives me the chance to learn more about the whole process," said Taylor, 30, during a phone interview on Monday.
He now works as the senior campaign director of United Way of Hillsborough County in Tampa. He was chosen to be Hall's replacement following a national search, said William Bulla, spokesman for United Way of Washington County.