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Orange County United Way Elects New Officers And Five New Members To Its Board Of Directors

Orange County United Way Elects New Officers and Five New Members to its Board of Directors

Irvine, CA. (August 14, 2023) – Orange County United Way today announced the election of four new officers and five new members to its Board of Directors during its annual meeting held in June.

Three new officers will each serve a two-year term ending on June 30, 2025, while the current treasurer was re-elected for an additional term and will serve until June 30, 2024. The officers include:

  • Nanda Kumar, Eaton – Chair
  • Lawrence R. Armstrong, Ware Malcomb – Vice Chair
  • Maggie O’Sullivan, JPMorgan Chase – Secretary
  • Ben Alvarado, California Bank & Trust – Treasurer

The five new board members will each serve a three-year term through June 30, 2026, and include:

  • Mary Garrett, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Jarrod Ingle, PNC Bank
  • Amy Mathieson, FirstService Residential
  • Prasanna Mohanty, Providence Health System
  • Sridhar Sundaram, California State University Fullerton

“I am thrilled to announce our new distinguished officers and to welcome five respected community leaders to Orange County United Way’s Board of Directors,” said Susan B. Parks, President and CEO of Orange County United Way. “Each one of our officers bring a unique perspective and expertise to the group and we are looking forward to the collaboration of these driven professionals to advance our organization. Additionally, the five new board members are exceptional individuals in their fields who have valuable experience and passion to serve that will further strengthen our board. I am confident that with their support, we will continue improving lives in the Orange County community.”

Mary Garrett is the Managing Partner of the Ernst & Young LLP Orange County office, where she oversees EY Orange County professionals while focusing on driving market growth and advancing EY’s inclusive, people-focused culture. Over the course of her more than two decades of public company accounting experience, Garrett has served a diverse range of regional, national, and global clients. She works with high-growth public, private, private equity portfolio and emerging companies on a variety of transactions, including IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, and international expansion. Garrett graduated from the University of Tennessee with a bachelors degree in accounting and is a CPA in California.

Jarrod Ingle is the Regional President at PNC Bank in Orange County-Inland Empire. As head of Corporate Banking, Ingle serves as the senior executive leading business development and relationship management for middle market and large corporate banking clients. His 25 years of banking experience have led him to oversee business development, client relationships and help lead PNC’s local philanthropic initiatives. Ingle earned a Master of Business Administration in business finance from California State Polytechnic University and a Bachelor of Science in business finance from Iowa State University.

Amy Mathieson is the California President of FirstService Residential where she oversees all operations for 2000 Associates and 1050 Communities focusing on People, P&L responsibilities, financial and EBITDA growth and expense goals. She is a proven executive leader with over 25 years of management and leadership experience in a diverse range of business environments, including retail, healthcare, staffing, and community management. Mathieson attended Cal State University Easy Bay and Cal State University Fullerton.

Prasanna Mohanty is the Chief Operating Officer, Clinical Network of Providence Health System and is responsible for the operational direction and organizational alignment of medical groups, retail clinics, ASCs, ambulatory imaging clinics, and urgent care centers across multiple markets. With 20 years of experience in the healthcare industry, Mohanty has optimized patients’ journeys and provided high-quality and cost-effective care for patients in various communities. Mohanty earned a Master of Public Health degree in Epidemiology and Biostatistics and a Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Management and Finance from Boston University and a Master of Science in Population Health from University of Michigan.

Sridhar Sundaram is the Dean of the College of Business and Economics at California State University Fullerton and has been recognized for outstanding teaching, service, and research. In his position, Sundaram is driven to emphasize academic innovation, high-impact research, and strong connections to the business community while tapping into his 33 years of experience in higher education. Sundaram holds a doctorate in finance and MBA from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and both a master’s and bachelor’s degree in accounting from PSG College of Arts & Science in India. He also currently serves as a member of the Orange County Goodwill Board of Directors.


Orange County United Way is committed to breaking barriers and improving lives for everyone who lives here. Through our key initiatives—United for Student Success℠, United for Financial Security℠, and United to End Homelessness℠—we are working to ensure local students succeed, struggling OC families gain financial security, and our homeless neighbors find a place to call home. We also offer vital support via 2-1-1 Orange County (211OC), a key service that connects thousands of our most vulnerable residents with health and human service resources. We are committed to caring for one another. That’s #TheOCWay.

To learn more or discover how you can help, visit UnitedWayOC.org.

Orange County United Way is a standalone, independent 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Media Contact: Annie Noebel, anoebel@cornerstonecomms.com, (949) 449-2527

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