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Theresa RegnantePresident & CEO United Way of Long Island
Theresa A. Regnante serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of United Way of Long Island, where she has been a catalyst for positive change since 2009. As an innovator, she is leading the nonprofit organization in the development of strategic, as well as relevant initiatives that have measurable and lasting impact. This includes providing support to over 100 nonprofit partners, as well as the development of signature programs that best meet the needs of Long Islanders with the focus on health, education and financial stability.
During her tenure, Theresa has implemented significant organizational improvements, including strengthening community, business and labor partnerships. To ensure the organization maintains financial competency, she assembles, retains and engages high-impact board members that bring expertise from industries throughout the region.
Theresa’s leadership has transformed United Way to strengthen the workforce and social services sector to better serve families and individuals. The organization has advanced its role as a provider of green construction training for special populations and technical building services for energy efficient homes. With career sustainability critical to the mission, the launch of employment-geared initiatives is blazing a new trail of success for youths and veterans.
Theresa is a regular contributor to a number of high-profile regional and state discussions. She frequently speaks about critical issues ranging from suburban poverty to the ability of public/private partnerships to drive innovation and create long-term human success.