Leading non-profit promotes two new vice presidents
LAS VEGAS – United Way of Southern Nevada (UWSN) is pleased to announce the promotion of Audrey Daley as vice president of fundraising, and Janet Quintero as vice president of external affairs.
“Audrey and Janet are valuable members of our team and they both are well-deserving of their new positions,” said Julian High, president and CEO of UWSN. “As we celebrate our 65 years of serving the southern Nevada community, it is imperative that our leadership team is comprised of the most dedicated and driven professionals as we look to the decades to come.”
Daley has more than 30 years of experience in marketing and development and has been part of the UWSN team since September of 2019. In her new position, she will oversee the organization’s fundraising initiatives and goals and continue to raise awareness and generate support in order to advance UWSN’s mission of improving lives by identifying, creating, growing and sustaining the cultivation of individual donors, corporate partnerships and employee engagement.
Preceding her time at UWSN, Daley worked in several marketing and sales management roles in the Midwest, including serving as the brand marketing manager and then the director of communications for Coffee and Bagel Brands, where she developed protocols and processes to manage enterprise-wide field communications to over 1,000 quick service restaurants throughout the United States. She attended Brown College in Minnesota and earned a degree in radio and television broadcasting.
Quintero first joined UWSN in September of 2018 as a Community Issues Champion. She continued to spearhead the organization’s advocacy, public policy, and community relations efforts, convene nonprofit conversations with local leaders and elected officials, and develop and support strategic partnerships and programs to advance the organization’s mission as the director of community and government affairs.
With an extensive background in community outreach and advocacy, Quintero previously served as a outreach relations coordinator for Penna Powers marketing agency, and as a navigator for the Asian Community Resource Center where she conducted grassroots outreach and informed and educated the community about government resources.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in urban affairs from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, is chair of the nonprofit subcommittee for the Nevada Hispanic Legislative Caucus and is an alumna of the United Way LEAD program and Jameson Fellowship.