Imogene L. Cathey currently serves as general counsel at Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, where she handles legal issues that pertain the private, not-for-profit institution. Outside of her professional life, Imogene L. Cathey has engaged in several philanthropic endeavors, supporting non-profit organizations including The United Way of Greater Greensboro.
During last September’s staff retreat, employees with Proctor and Gamble provided two hours of volunteer service where they assembled snack packs, toiletry kits, and other various items to be distributed to local nonprofit organizations. The event was co-sponsored by The United Way of Greater Greensboro and the Volunteer Center of Greensboro. Among the 20 non-profit groups that received the packaged items were the Salvation Army Center of Hope, YWCA Family Shelter, and the Women’s Resource Center.
Carl Jones, the Campaign Manager with United Way of Greater Greensboro, expressed a great deal of satisfaction with the event. In his comments, he stated that such efforts show the power of partnerships in community outreach and is in the highest keeping of the United Way’s mission.