WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Kim Thore was recently named vice president for marketing and community engagement at United Way of Forsyth County (UWFC).
Thore brings to UWFC 20 years of leadership experience in corporate and higher education marketing. In her role, Thore will ensure that marketing and branding efforts achieve maximum impact and favorably increase donor and community support. She will also lead innovative strategic thinking, planning and management of opportunities to enhance UWFC’s branding efforts and value proposition throughout Forsyth County.
Thore previously worked as a marketing strategist at Piedmont Advantage Credit Union, after serving in prior marketing leadership roles at Greensboro College and Wake Forest Universities.
Thore earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a member of professional women of Winston-Salem.
United Way of Forsyth County believes quality of life relies on education, financial stability, health, and basic needs. All four are critical and interdependent to the collective success of our community. United Way of Forsyth County creates positive change in the community by aligning resources and strategic partners to achieve measurable, lasting results. We invest in improving student success and the high school graduation rate, increasing financial stability among lower-income individuals and families, broadening access to health care and prescription medications to the un- and under-insured, and providing critical assistance to those facing immediate crisis. Learn more about our work and rediscover the why behind the way at www.forsythunitedway.org.