United Way of Buffalo & Erie County Employee Selected for Worldwide Leadership Program
Durgham Alyasiri, Work/Life Solutions Program Director for United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, has been selected to participate in the United Way Worldwide Advanced Leadership Program(ALP). This program is a year-long leadership development course designed for senior-level professionals who are identified as high performers and have demonstrated a capacity for leadership.
“United Way of Buffalo & Erie County is proud that Durgham Alyasiri was chosen to be a member of the next class of the Advanced Leadership Program,” says Michael Weiner, President & CEO of United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. “We are pleased that Durgham is among the best and brightest of United Way. It is leaders like Durgham who will engage with the next generation of donors and carry our mission forward supporting our community.”
Selection for ALP is based on an individual’s performance, mastery of skills and core competencies, and potential for leadership. Applications come from the nearly 13,000 people serving in local United Ways around the world, across all departments, and admission to the program is highly selective, with participation limited to just 18 applicants each year.
“By putting our people and culture first, United Way ensures our network is building a diverse pipeline of high-performing, high-potential network leaders for our global Network,” said Amy Dinofrio, EVP, Chief People & Culture Officer at United Way Worldwide. “Identifying and supporting high-performing and high-potential talent enables United Way to build a culture of top-performing talent to advance the mission and serve every person in every community.”
The 2022 Advanced Leadership Program runs from February 2022 – November 2022 and requires participants to take part in a series of in-depth learning events. For more information please visit: unitedway.org/careers/working-at-united-way