Loaned Executive Program

United Way offers your employees growth and development opportunities.

Our Loaned Executive program can give your high-potential employees exceptional experience in business planning, project management, customer relationship management, public speaking and sales presentations. Several United Way executives and Board members are former Loaned Executives who will be happy to explain the benefits to you.

2015 Loaned Executives

Carell Rembert
Macon-Bibb County Fire Department

JoBeth Jones
Sponsored by Wells Fargo


Previous Loaned Executive Program Participants:

City of Macon
Coliseum Health System
Frito Lay
Georgia Power Company
Georgia Power- Plant Branch
Georgia Power- Plant Scherer
Georgia College & State University
Houston Healthcare Complex
Macon-Bibb County Fire Department
Medical Center of Central Georgia
Mercer University
Robins Federal Credit Union
SunTrust Bank, Middle Georgia
The Telegraph
Vought Aircraft Industries, Inc.
Wells Fargo



This program provides a comprehensive leadership development opportunity for an employee or two, without incurring additional training costs. These leaders will also be representing your company throughout Central Georgia. They will return to you with enhanced communication skills, time management proficiencies and greater enlightenment on local community issues. We ask that you maintain their compensation and benefits, as well as reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses, during the 12-week time period they report to United Way on this assignment.

For College Interns and Early Retirees

College Interns can meet their internship requirements while enhancing their skills and acknowledging this experience in future job resumes.

Early Retirees find the program beneficial in reconnecting with the workforce for a limited time and using their expertise to assist with this major community endeavor.

Qualities Needed:

  • Willing to learn new approaches 
  • Self-motivated 
  • Results-oriented

Benefits Gained:

  • Broadened leadership skills 
  • Increased knowledge of community issues 
  • Establish local business contacts


Loaned Executive Training

August 24 - August 26, 2015

For more information, contact Emily Mantooth with United Way at