Three impressive female executives at Western Union are appointed to non-profit boards supporting education


Women executives at Western Union join non-profit boards

Women executives at Western Union join non-profit boards

Three women executives at Western Union have been appointed to non-profit boards, supporting education in the Denver community. 

Access to quality education

Jacqueline Molnar, Chief Compliance Officer and Chair of the Western Union Foundation Board of Directors, has been appointed to serve on Denver Public Schools Foundation Board. In this role, she will support the organization’s mission to ensure that every child in Denver has access to a quality education.

“I am honored to join the DPS Foundation board and to serve the Denver community,” said Jacqueline. “Education is the surest pathway to inclusion and economic opportunity and the DPS Foundation is helping students not only strengthen their own lives, but the Denver community as a whole.”

Inspiring academic and career success 

Earlier this year, Shannon Corcoran, Vice President of Business Change and Transformation at Western Union, joined the Mi Casa Resource Center Board of Directors. The organization focuses on training families, beginning with programs for youth that inspire academic success, leadership, and career exploration.

In 2014, Carrie Damon, Vice President of Business Change and Transformation at Western Union, became a Board Member for the Junior Achievement-Rocky Mountain chapter. Carrie has also led Western Union’s employee engagement with the organization. To date, 283 Western Union employees have volunteered with the organization inspiring 12,963 students across 66 different schools in the Denver Metro area to own their future economic success.

As part of its continued commitment to the Denver community, the Western Union Foundation announced an infusion of US $1 million in 2017, contributions to local non-profits and its intention to make space available in its new global headquarters for local non-profits and NGOs to host community gatherings.

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