United Way Worldwide names chief experience officer
Stan Little was president of the SunTrust Foundation.
Alexandria-based health and education nonprofit organization United Way Worldwide has named former SunTrust Foundation President as its chief experience officer, the organization announced Tuesday.
In his new role, Little will lead all donor-facing functions and will be a part of the executive management team. He will report to United Way President and CEO Brian Gallagher. His focus will be on marketing, strategic partnerships and funding initiatives for the organization. Little will also oversee United Way’s partnership with salesforce.org.
Little was previously president of the SunTrust Foundation and led the bank’s corporate philanthropy. Before that, he was SunTrust’s head of marketing strategy and operations. He earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Duke University, his master’s degree in communications networks and systems from Purdue University and his master’s degree in business administration from the University of California – Berkeley.
United Way annually has nearly 3 million volunteers, more than 8 million donors and nearly $5 billion raised. The organization does work in 1,800 communities in more than 40 countries globally.