UNITED WAY OF GREATER ROCHESTER AND THE FINGER LAKES APPOINTS TERESA O’LOUGHLIN AS CHIEF DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Rochester, NY – United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes has appointed Teresa O’Loughlin (Bianchi) as its new Chief Development Officer. O’Loughlin brings decades of nonprofit leadership experience to the role. She will oversee the resource development department and lead multiple efforts, including all fundraising activities at United Way.
“Teresa is a passionate and impact-oriented leader with a deep understanding of our community’s needs and goals,” said Jaime Saunders, President, and CEO of United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes. “We are thrilled to have her join the leadership team at United Way and guide our overall fundraising strategy.”
“I am delighted to join United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes. I look forward to cultivating meaningful relationships and leading collaborative initiatives that will position us to deepen our support for our surrounding six-county region,” said O’Loughlin.
O’ Loughlin previously served as the Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity in Buffalo, where she oversaw strategic planning and growth. Prior to that, she served as the Director of Development and Communications for Flower City Habitat for Humanity in Rochester.
O’ Loughlin is a Rochester resident and earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Ithaca College, concentrating on corporate communications, advertising, and public relations.
In 2020 she received the Women of Influence award by Buffalo First. She is a member of the WNY Construction Education Foundation board, the Buffalo Chapter of the Women’s Presidents Organization, and chair of the Subcommittee for Redevelopment for the Erie County Zombie Task Force.
O’Loughlin assumed her role Tuesday, May 17.