United Way of Mesa County Announces New Executive Director
Mesa County, Colo. – United Way of Mesa County Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Zebulon Miracle has been named Executive Director of United Way of Mesa County. Miracle succeeds Executive Director Julie Hinkson. Hinkson left to join the staff at Rocky Mountain Health Foundation.
“After a very thorough search, the Board is excited to welcome Zebulon Miracle to lead United Way of Mesa County into the future,” said Laura Glatt, President of United Way of Mesa County’s Board of Directors. “Zebulon brings extensive management experience, infectious energy and innovation to our agency.”
Zebulon began his tenure at UWMC on June 29. He joins the organization after serving in various curatorial roles at the Museums of Western Colorado and at Gateway Canyons. A western Colorado native, Zeb has long been passionate about local nonprofit organizations. He has served on the governing boards of the Community Food Bank, City of Grand Junction Historic Preservation Board, Colorado Canyons Association, and currently serves on the board of MusicSpark and Visit Grand Junction.
“United Way of Mesa County’s approach of having the community identify needs, find solutions, and raise funds is a model that I am passionate about. I am especially proud that every dollar raised here remains here in Mesa County.” says Miracle. “I firmly believe in the creativity and generosity of our community to find solutions and resources that will improve the lives of every Mesa County resident.”
United Way of Mesa County fights for the health, education and self-reliance of every person in Mesa County. We believe the caring power of the community can provide everyone the opportunity to reach their full potential. We strive to create a community of philanthropists, identify current and emerging human service needs in our community, and support effective agencies to fully meet those needs.