Greenwich United Way has added two new individuals to help ensure the ongoing success of its operations.
Cecile Meunier has become coordinator of the Reading Champions Program. Meunier provides management and oversight to the program that helps improve literacy for more than 400 children who are enrolled in Greenwich Public Schools and coordinates the efforts of more than 100 active volunteers.
She has led the successful development of programs that benefit school-age children, including after-school programming, at St. Aloysius School in New Canaan and outreach for ICARE for Autism in Brooklyn, New York.
Robert Moore has been named director of community impact at United Way. Moore oversees a wide range of services and programs which can also involve partner agencies and other local organizations.
Moore had been director of New York programs for Seedco, which provides family support and workforce development in the city. Previously, he was the director of operations and finance at Storefront Academy Charter School in the South Bronx.