United Way president Dallager to retire in June
Pikes Peak United Way President and CEO JD Dallager has announced he plans to retire on June 30 after leading the organization for six years.
The Pikes Peak United Way Board is in the process of forming a Search Committee which, over the next five to six months, will oversee a national search for a replacement.
During his tenure Dallager has been credited with:
- Playing a key role in the development of the statewide 2-1-1 information and referral hotline
- Overseeing the growth of the Quality of Life Indicators report for the Pikes Peak, which assesses community and regional performance in 100 areas.
- Initiating an the school-readiness effort called “Success By 6” that focuses on home visitation, parental education, and early learning in Harrison School District 2 and Colorado Springs School District 11.