United Way Introduces Tim Doolittle as 2009 Campaign Chair
The United Way of Buffalo & Erie County is delighted to announce that Timothy Doolittle, Administrative Director of the Buffalo and Erie County Workforce Development Consortium, is serving as Chair of its 2009 Campaign.
Doolittle started his illustrious career as the Deputy Town Clerk of Tonawanda. He then moved on to the New York State’s Governor’s Office of Regional Affairs, where he served in two key roles, Regional Representative and later Upstate Regional Director. He next served as the Regional Director of the Empire State Development Corporation. With over 15 years of diverse and progressive experience he is currently enjoying his role leading the management of a vital nonprofit organization in the Western New York community.
Doolittle is a Board of Directors member of the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, the United Way of New York State, and the Buffalo Niagara Film Commission. He founded the Ken-Ton Friends of Youth Foundation, Inc. and is also a member of their Board of Directors. He has served as the Co-Chairman of the business division for the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County Campaign Cabinet. He served as the past Chairman of the State Employee Federated Appeal (SEFA) as well as a member of its Steering Committee. He is a past Board member of Buffalo & Erie County’s Literacy Volunteers of America, 100 Club of Buffalo, Buffalo Urban Development Corp., InfoTech Niagara, and Insyte Consulting. He is also graduate of Leadership Buffalo, Class of 2001.
A native of Jamestown, he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in both Criminology and Political Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Doolittle currently resides in Tonawanda, NY.