Stephanie McGrew, MHA, ’15, A.T. Still University (ATSU) diversity & inclusion coordinator, was recently named assistant campaign chair for the United Way of Northeast Missouri’s 2022 fundraising effort.
McGrew received her bachelor’s of arts degree in biology and bachelor’s of science degree in exercise science from Truman State University, and her master of health administration degree from ATSU. In addition to her work at ATSU, McGrew owns two Kirksville businesses (Lone Star Physiques and The Ville Escape Room).
“I am looking forward to serving as assistant chair for the United Way,” McGrew said. “I am honored to be able to give back to the organization and my community. Serving the community has always been a priority for me and I am happy that I am able to team up with Chade Shorten to work on providing resources for those that need it.”
Shorten, a Truman graduate and manager of The DuKum Inn and WrongDaddys, is serving as campaign chair.
“We couldn’t be happier than to have Chade and Stephanie leading our drive this year,” said Bertha Thomas, ATSU Board of Trustees member and United Way of Northeast Missouri board president. “Both of these young businesswomen will help us create more awareness of the tremendous work that our 11 nonprofit agencies provide to the people of Adair County and northeast Missouri.”
The United Way’s 2022 fundraising campaign begins in September and raises funds for Adair County 4-H Council, Adair County Family YMCA, Boy Scouts of America/Great Rivers Council, Community Opportunities/Sheltered Workshop, Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, Hospice of Northeast Missouri, KIRK-TRAN, Macon Diversified Industries, NEMO Senior Citizens Services, Inc., RSVP/Senior Adult Services, Inc., and the Salvation Army.