Adam Mahlandt, general superintendent for Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis, has been named 2019 auxiliary board chair for the Tri-Cities Area Division of United Way of Greater St. Louis. He succeeds Juliette Douglas with Six Mile Regional Library District, who most recently held the chair position.
United Way’s Tri-Cities Area Division also welcomed Brett Bowlby with Kraft Heinz, Tammie Fleming with FCB Banks, Nancy LeVault with Southwest Illinois College, Captain George McLaren with the Granite City Police Department, and Antonio Wellmaker with United Steelworkers 1063 as new members to the auxiliary board.
“United Way is woven into the fabric of our region, supporting local families through education, health, financial stability and basic needs,” said Mahlandt. “Our community is incredibly generous and I’m honored to serve as the Tri-Cities Area Division’s board chair and help people in our area.”
Mahlandt has served on the auxiliary board of the Tri-Cities Area Division of United Way since 2014. He was the Tri-Cities Area Division’s campaign chair in 2017, leading the community to raise more than $530,000. Mahlandt has been with the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis in a variety of roles, including director of customer service and marketing and director of train operations. In addition, Mahlandt served in the Army Reserves from 1997-2005 and was in Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2003-2004. A photo of Mahlandt is available here.
United Way’s Tri-Cities Area Division helps more than 80,000 people each year in the cities of Granite City, Madison, Mitchell, Pontoon Beach and Venice.
About United Way of Greater St. Louis
United Way of Greater St. Louis helps one in three people in a 16-county region in Missouri and Illinois by supporting the foundation for a good quality of life through basic needs, education, financial stability, health and strong communities. For more information, contact (314) 421-0700 or visit www.HelpingPeople.org.