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Beth McMurray - Communications and Administrative Coordinator

Beth@unitedwaynwvt.org

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BACKBONE STAFF

KAYLA DONOHUE

Data Analyst

Kayla Donohue is the Data Analyst for the Chittenden County Opioid Alliance and the Burlington Police Department. Kayla collects, analyzes, and evaluates data from CCOA partners across various sectors, while providing epidemiological expertise and technical assistance. We use these data to track identified outcomes and performance measures, and to make suggestions for policy and programmatic improvements. Kayla serves as a data analyst for the community and disseminates information regarding our collective impact. Kayla achieved her Master’s in Public Health from the Boston University School of Public Health with dual concentrations in Epidemiology and Environmental Health. Prior to working with the CCOA, she completed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CDC/CSTE) Applied Epidemiology Fellowship at the Vermont Department of Health in the Division of Health Surveillance Infectious Disease Section. When Kayla’s not at work, you can find her outside. She enjoys hiking, skiing, mountain biking, and adventures with her dog, Link. 

BETH MCMURRAY

Communications and Administrative Coordinator

Beth McMurray is the Communications and Administrative Coordinator for the Chittenden County Opioid Alliance; her job entails creating connections across sectors, maintaining a community presence, and using this presence to keep every member of our community up to date with the work being done by the CCOA. Beth, a 5th generation Vermonter, completed her Bachelors of Social Work degree at Champlain College in May of 2018, and is continuing her education as a 2020 graduating candidate for a Masters in Public Administration degree at the University of Vermont. Prior to working at the Chittenden County Opioid Alliance, Beth was an intern under the City of Burlington's Opioid Policy Manager.

PAUL CHAMPMAN

Community Impact Manager

My role as Community Impact Manager is to be out learning about the community and to support the efforts to make sure all people in Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle counties meet their full potential.

I love being part of the community and working with community members from youth to older adults.  It is such a privilege for me to witness the strengths and care that folks bring to solve problems for their community and an honor to be invited to join in the effort. 

While I grew up in Wolcott, Vermont, I carry my love of Vermont and community with me wherever my feet land.  I believe that most community problems can be solved by bringing our neighbors together to find the best solution.  I love working with the United Way and all the partners across county lines!