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Julie serves as the organization’s Executive Vice President of Administration. Julie joined Volunteers of America in January 1996, and serves to direct financial strategies to ensure stability and growth to the valuable services provided. In addition to her financial duties, Julie also oversees human resources, administration and technology. Julie brings 22 years of experience in accounting, senior-level management, and as an entrepreneur. She has a broad background in banking, accounting and private business that has been invaluable with her role at Volunteers of America.More
Heath A. Steel, Executive Vice President of Operations, has been with the organization since 2002. In his current capacity he leads the organization’s operational strategy with a focus on business model implementation, project development and contractual compliance. Heath has attended numerous leadership seminars and summits and is a graduate of the Executive Development Program through Notre Dame. Heath is very active with his children’s sports, loves the outdoors, and is a Wyoming native.More