4 the Record: 4 Ways We Win

United Way of Greenville County joins WYFF 4’s Nigel Robertson for a four-part series addressing the four barriers to higher earnings identified in our How We Win strategy: Housing, Childcare, Education and Transportation.

United Way President & CEO Meghan Barp and Vice President of Community Impact Nalisha Henry, along with Greenville Housing Fund’s Bryan Brown, discuss the housing crisis in Greenville County and how we are working together to build solutions to this complex community issue.

United Way of Greenville County President & CEO Meghan Barp
United Way of Greenville County Vice President of Community Impact Nalisha Henry
Greenville Housing Fund President & CEO Bryan Brown

The series continues with a deep dive on childcare in Greenville County featuring our own Meghan Barp and Nalisha Henry once again, as well as Greenville County First Steps’ Derek Lewis and Institute for Child Success’ Megan Carolan.

United Way of Greenville County’s Meghan Barp & Nalisha Henry
Greenville County First Steps Executive Director Derek Lewis
Institute for Child Success Vice President of Policy Research Megan Carolan

We rejoined Nigel Robertson on 4 The Record to continue our “4 Ways We Win” series, this time looking at what is being done to break down barriers to high-quality education across our community. This episode features United Way of Greenville County’s Meghan Barp, OnTrack Greenville’s Dr. Edward Anderson and Greenville County Schools’ Dr. Charlotte McDavid.

United Way of Greenville County President & CEO Meghan Barp
OnTrack Greenville Executive Director Dr. Edward Anderson
Greenville County Schools Assistant Superintendent for Transformation Dr. Charlotte McDavid

Airing at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 14

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