It is the time of year to renew your membership. If you have questions please contact Moayad@airs.org!
What is the National 211 Steering Committee?
The National 211 Steering Committee is a professional volunteer group representing the National 211 Network working collaboratively with United Way Worldwide (UWW) and the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS) and to address issues arising from the 211 Network and bringing new initiatives and best practices forward to strengthen the 211 Network. The National 211 Steering Committee consists of 5 to19 members who run 211 operations and are elected by the committee to serve from submitted applications. Rounding out the committee is a representative from AIRS and another from UWW to help provide guidance and support to the National 211 Steering Committee
For more information, read the National 211 Steering Committee Standard Operating Procedures.
Interested in learning more or becoming a member?
Contact Richard Shutes, Chair, Recruitment Task Force by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
National 211 Steering Committee Membership (as of July 2021)
Annette Buckley (Co-Chair)
United Way of Connecticut
Rocky Hill, CT
Sarah Kile (Co-Chair)
211 NE Michigan
Richard Shutes (Chair: Recruitment Task Force)
Jewish Community Service of FL
North Miami, FL
Beth Martial (Vice-Chair: Recruitment Task Force)
United Way of Salt Lake
Salt Lake City, UT
Heather Black (Chair: Disaster Task Force)
United Way of North Carolina
Tim Sullivan (Chair: Social Determinants of Health Task Force)
211 Helpline Center
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
United Way Northwest Arkansas
Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
2-1-1 Tampa Bay Cares
Interface Children and Family Services
City of Memphis
United Way Southwest Pennsylvania
United Way of Greater Cleveland
United Way of Anchorage
UWW and AIRS Staff
United Way Worldwide