Mary Donworth is responsible for the strategic investment of United Way of Miami-Dade community plan dollars to further its work in education, financial stability and health. A United Way professional since 1990, she oversees a team of professionals and volunteers who determine how best to invest United Way dollars to achieve outcomes, and then monitor those investments to ensure effective program delivery and results.
Ms. Donworth represents United Way on various boards, including the local Emergency Food and Shelter Program board, William Watts Foundation and Miami-Dade County CBO Advisory Committee.
Ms. Donworth earned a bachelor's degree in history from Barry College and a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University. Prior to joining United Way, she worked at a nonprofit in New York focused on international cultural and professional exchange.