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Feb 10th

Warren named Chief Administrative Officer of Greater Twin Cities United Way

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craig warren may 6 2014Greater Twin Cities United Way has hired Craig Warren as the organization's Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). As a member of the nonprofit's executive team, Warren will lead the Finance, Human Resources and Information Technology departments. He will oversee maximizing effectiveness, operating systems and work processes. Warren's long-term ties to United Way include his commitment as a donor and a former member of the Leadership Giving Cabinet. He begins his new position May 19, 2014.

"We are pleased to welcome Craig to the senior team," says Sarah Caruso, president and chief executive officer of Greater Twin Cities United Way. She continues, "He brings a wealth of administrative and human resources expertise from across a variety of sectors. We look forward to his guidance and leadership in this critical area of United Way, especially as we continue to evolve as an organization."

With more than 15 years of global human resources knowledge, Warren was most recently at Best Buy as the Senior Director for Human Resources. His expertise includes executing large-scale initiatives, improving human resources delivery organizations and leading global teams. Warren's reputation in the human resources field has been established at some of the most widely recognized corporations among them Rockwell Automation; The Coca-Cola Company; and in management consulting. He is also a military veteran having served as a Captain in the United States Army.

Warren expressed his thoughts about working with the nonprofit, "I'm thrilled to be joining Greater Twin Cities United Way and look forward to collaborating with staff, donors, partner agencies and volunteers to address the key challenges facing our community."

Warren volunteers with Twin Cities RISE! and America's Corporate Partners, a nonprofit that assists veterans transitioning from the military to the business sector. He holds a Master of Arts in public policy from The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and a Bachelor of Arts in political science and anthropology from The Johns Hopkins University

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