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Greenwich United Way Board Appoints New CEO

Greenwich United Way Board Chair, Karen Keegan; CEO Search Co-Chair Anne Sherrerd, CEO, David Rabin; and CEO Search Co-Chair Bob Davis. Photo Credit: Contributed
David Rabin is the new CEO of the Greenwich United Way. Photo Credit: Contributed

GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich United Way recently announced its new president and CEO, David Rabin, during its annual meeting.

"David’s understanding and passion for raising awareness of local needs and creating solutions with lasting results will have a measurable positive impact on the lives of those who need our help the most. The Greenwich United Way is currently poised for significant growth and success, and we are pleased and excited to welcome David as the strong and capable CEO who will lead our organization in the years to come," said Karen Keegan, board chair.

Originally from Clarence (just outside Buffalo), Rabin moved to the area in 1984. His experience includes strong and successful leadership roles in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He joins the Greenwich United Way from Webster Bank, where he most recently worked as vice president.

Rabin has a 20-year history of helping others in his adopted hometown. He has served, or currently serves, on several local boards and organizations in town, including Byram Archibald Neighborhood Center, Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, At Home in Greenwich, Greenwich September 11th Memorial, and the Greenwich Youth Football League.

Rabin is married to Lauren Rabin, who was recently elected to the Greenwich Board of Education, and has two sons, Scott and Eric.

“It is a privilege and honor to have been selected as the next CEO of the Greenwich United Way. Working collaboratively with the board of directors, we look forward to raising the awareness and achieving the goals, mission and vision of this extremely vital organization that has served the most vulnerable of our community for the last 80 years," Rabin said.

"It takes an entire community to make a difference and we hope to unite the town of Greenwich to make a positive impact in the lives of those who need it most. When children and families are strengthened, when fostering self sufficiency is achieved, when assisting individuals in crisis is accomplished, the entire community benefits. Our challenges are clear and with the help of a united Greenwich, we will meet our goals.” Rabin said.

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