Kurt Brummett, Executive Director, joined the United Way of Oxford & Lafayette County (UWOLC) in December 2016. Before being named the UWOLC’s Executive Director, Kurt served as the Research & Innovation Director at Three Rivers Planning & Development District, where he partnered with local governments, non-profit organizations, and other entities to promote economic and community development. Kurt earned a Master of Arts and Bachelor of Arts in sociology from the University of Mississippi. He graduated summa cum laude and received several academic honors such as a Marcus Elvis Taylor Memorial Medal, Graduate Achievement Award, and the designation of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Vice President. In his spare time, Kurt enjoys spending time with his wife, Kelly, and their son, Zach, as well as following the St. Louis Cardinals, Ole Miss Rebels, and Memphis Grizzlies.
Teresa Satterfield, Assistant Director, joined the UWOLC in November 2017. Before being named Assistant Director, Teresa served as the Director of Volunteer Oxford and previously represented the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) for approximately two years as its Volunteer Recruiter. Teresa earned a Bachelor of Arts in health promotion from the University of Northern Iowa with an emphasis in global health and health disparities. She brings a wealth of experience gained through national and international travel where she worked with different communities and cultures to build impactful relationships. Teresa enjoys partnering with non-profit organizations, corporations, public entities, and individuals who have a vested interest in giving back to their community. She fills the rest of her time her husband, Michael, as well as her son, Cruz, and stepdaughter, Presley. She encourages those who wish to make a significant difference in the Lafayette-Oxford-University (LOU) community to please reach out to her.