Greensboro, NC -- Keith Barsuhn and the United Way of Greater Greensboro announced Tuesday that Barsuhn will resign as president and CEO of the organization, effective at the end of the month.
United Way said Barsuhn resigned to "pursue other opportunities."
Barsuhn served as the group's president and CEO for the past four years. Among many other initiatives, he helped oversee the formation of Operation Greensboro Cares, which helped to create the Winter Emergency Shelter Initiative.
Barsuhn's last day with the United Way will be Jan. 31.
He had this to say in a news release:
"Working with the Greensboro community has been a very rewarding experience. This United Way, which is led by outstanding employees and volunteers, has built a solid foundation that will improve human conditions in Greensboro. I am proud of all the people and organizations that have embraced this important role for community change."
Michelle Gethers-Clark will served as the United Way's interim president and CEO while the organization searches for Barsuhn's replacement.
United Way of Greater Greensboro