Founding general counsel of Seton Hill University, Imogene L. Cathey has over 15 years of legal experience and is a seasoned strategist and negotiator. Imogene L. Cathey is active in the charitable community and has served as a member of the African American Leadership Initiative (AALI), as well as the Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) Steering Committee of the United Way of Greater Greensboro.
In 2015, Greensboro, North Carolina, topped the nation in terms of food hardship. In this context the United Way of Greater Greensboro has been playing a leading role in breaking the cycle of poverty. It provides investments, grants, and other initiatives such as the Family Success Center, all of which strive to lift up the community.
Among its leadership groups is AALI, whose members contribute $1,000 or more annually to the nonprofit organization. The members are community leaders who give their voice, money, and resources to assist those in need. It focuses on empowering minority communities to help them succeed.
WLC is made up of women who also contribute $1,000 or more each year to this nonprofit. The council’s theme is about women helping women. Members of the group are community leaders who work together in encouraging other women to help themselves and their communities lead better lives.