(Keel Club member Lisa Goodlin and her daughter.)
We’re excited to announce that Lisa Goodlin, Keel Club member and Child Support Administrative Officer Lien Unit at the Rhode Island Office of Child Support Services, is the focus of May’s Keel Spotlight.
We asked Lisa three questions. Here’s what she said:
What attracted you to United Way of Rhode Island in particular?
The energetic environment, where connections are made with people who want to make a difference in the community we all love.
What do you hope United Way will achieve in the near future?
I hope to see all kids, irrespective of their socioeconomic and cultural background, gain access to the same educational opportunities throughout Rhode Island.
What advice do you have for those considering becoming a leadership donor?
I encourage everyone to become a leadership donor. By doing so, they’ll become effective partners and stakeholders, and make a significant impact in the community.
United Way of Rhode Island’s Keel Club is a group of generous Rhode Islanders whose annual donations reach the $1,000 leadership level.
Edited by Alicia Schubert, Communications Coordinator, United Way of Rhode Island.