2022 is a special year for United Way of Tarrant County. As we celebrate 100 years, we also savor our last year with one unique employee before she embarks on her retirement.
United Way of Tarrant County sends a warm and heartfelt thank you to Dr. Faye Beaulieu, senior vice president of Community Investment, for almost 20 years of service to the organization and to Tarrant County.
Faye’s involvement with UWTC started in 1998 as a volunteer. After joining our team as a staff member in 2003, her role expanded to include fundraising and oversight responsibility for community programs, including allocations, VITA, Wild About Reading, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and Mission United, in addition to the two regional steering committees.
With her leadership and dedication to her community, we’ve been able to successfully launch programs supporting education, healthcare and employment initiatives to help our friends, families and neighbors thrive. She looks back with joy at her work with volunteers over the years to create or sustain such projects as Teens Networking for Tomorrow (TNT), Get Up and Go!, HEB Transit, Social Transportation for Seniors and Feed Tarrant.
We truly appreciate Faye and the yeoman’s work she accomplishes making every corner of Tarrant County a better place to live for all our residents.