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In the Media | 04.26.20

Online Campus Graduate Named President of United Way of Steele County

Annette Duncan, M.A. ’18, was recently appointed president of United Way of Steele County in Owatonna, Minnesota. Duncan previously served as the executive director of the Exchange Club for Family Unity, and was on the United Way Board of Directors from 2007 to 2015.

“Her wealth of education, experience, and energy positions us well for the years to come,” said United Way Board Chair Dave Albrecht. “We are elated to have found a person of such high caliber to lead our United Way agency into the future.”

Read the Owatonna People’s Press article, “Duncan named next United Way of Steele County president.”

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