United Way of Pasco County has named Chuck Anderson its new president and chief executive officer.
Anderson succeeds Alice Delgardo, who retired in October.
Anderson joins United Way from Catholic Charities, Diocese of Venice in Fort Myers, where he had been district director for Lee, Hendry and Glades counties. While there, he directed Florida’s largest case management program for human trafficking victims and secured a three-year, $750,000 trafficking grant from the federal government.
Anderson also has been president and CEO with United Way affiliates in Palm Beach County, Wilmington, Delaware, and Washington, D.C., according to a statement from United Way of Pasco.
“We are excited to have Chuck as our next president and CEO. During our candidate search, his depth of experience and commitment of service with community partners and donors was the most applicable to our United Way mission and vision,” said Board chairman Summer Robertson. “Chuck’s accomplishments and collaborative leadership style will be an important asset in our community.”
United Way of Pasco County has invested more than $30 million into the community and supports more than 50 programs vital to the vulnerable and at-risk population groups.
Anderson begins his new position Jan. 14.
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