August A. Napoli Jr.
President & CEO
August A. Napoli is President and Chief Executive Officer of United Way of Greater Cleveland, the largest private funder of health and human services in the Greater Cleveland region.
Mr. Napoli has forty years of nonprofit executive experience in the northeast Ohio region.
Helen Forbes Fields
Vice President Community Impact & General Counsel
Helen Forbes Fields joined United Way of Greater Cleveland as Vice President of Community Impact and General Counsel on October 17, 2016.
Prior to joining United Way, Ms. Forbes Fields was a Partner at Forbes, Fields & Associates Co. LPA where she was active in the firm’s public law and municipal finance practice.
Michael E. Headen
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Headen is United Way’s Chief Financial Officer, responsible for the financial oversight of over $40 million in local financial resources annually. He also manages the Pledge Accounting staff who are responsible for the audit of United Way’s annual campaign as well as United Way’s operations staff. As a member of the senior management team, he has been an integral part of strategies aimed at helping to solve problems in our community.
Vice President of Resource Development & Chief Philanthropy Officer
Daniel Mansoor joined United Way of Greater Cleveland as Vice President, Resource Development and Chief Philanthropy Officer in October 2016. Mr. Mansoor comes to United Way with 30 years experience in philanthropy and fundraising. He began his development career at Cornell University, where he earned a B.S. in engineering and an MBA.
Vice President of Strategic Programs & Knowledge
Sylvia Pérez joined United Way on January 3, 2017 as Vice President of Strategic Programs and Knowledge. Pérez leads United Way’s public policy, CMSD wraparound and knowledge/data initiatives. She also oversees United Way 2-1-1, a 24/7 free and confidential health and human service helpline. Pérez leverages the knowledge emerging from the organization’s work to enhance external impact and internal performance, and identify opportunities for strategic grantmaking.