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United Way announces campaign manager

The Bartlesville Regional United Way welcomed Kirsten Ergenbright as the new campaign manager.

“We are really excited to welcome Kirsten and complete our team,” CEO and Executive Director Jody Burch said. “Kirsten’s enthusiasm really stood out in the interview. We look forward to introducing her to the community as she steps into her new role.”

Ergenbright started in January, and has started connecting with key United Way stakeholders.

“I am anxious to support our local community and assist in retaining our great culture,” Ergenbright said. “The position of campaign manager will allow me to connect with individuals, agencies, and companies in order to promote change within the community. I'm thrilled to support my hometown and look forward to raising funds in order to address the needs and concerns within Washington County and the region.”

Ergenbright is in her senior year at Rogers State University and will graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management.

Kirsten served 3 consecutive years as the co-treasurer for the Bartlesville Ducks Unlimited Chapter and is now serving as the co-president.  Throughout her term with Ducks Unlimited, she has assisted with increasing the annual earnings by 20 percent each year.

Kirsten’s husband, Derek, works for ConocoPhillips. They live in Bartlesville and attend Adams Boulevard Church of Christ.