Amanda Flannery

Director of Resource Development

Amanda Flannery joined United Way of Marathon County as the Resource Development Director. She will manage and lead strategies that achieve fund development goals and continue engaging and educating donors about the work of United Way. Amanda has worked in non-profits for many years including most recently Samoset Council, Boy Scouts of America. She has also worked for Camp Five Museum, Potawatomi Cultural Center, History Museum at the Castle, Milwaukee Public Museum, Pabst Mansion, The Wisconsin State Historical Society, and the Crandon Public Library. Growing up in Crandon, Wisconsin, she has always wanted to make a positive impact in her community. Amanda and her husband Tyler, live in the Weston area with their 2.5-year-old daughter Willow, and two cats. When she is not working, they enjoy camping trips with family, riding bike, and doing genealogical research. Welcome to the United Way family!