United Way announces 2019 campaign chair

Holiday lights are installed several years ago on the top of the Central Block Building, which houses United Way of Greater Chattanooga, which administers the Chattanooga Times Free Press Neediest Cases Fund.
photo Judy & Mike St. Charles

The United Way of Greater Chattanooga has announced that Mike St. Charles of Chambliss Law will be the nonprofit's 2019 campaign chair.

St. Charles has served as the board chair for United Way the past three years, and he will now lead a volunteer campaign cabinet and United Way staff in working with thousands of corporate and community partners in Chattanooga to raise dollars for the nonprofit.

The longstanding support of United Way by the Chambliss firm and St. Charles' "dedicated service" made him an ideal candidate, said Lesley Scearce, president and CEO of the local United Way, in a statement.

"We are excited to have Mike work with us in this new, yet familiar, capacity," Scearce said.