Arlington's Kristina Raezer joins United Way of Snohomish County

United Way of Snohomish County is proud to announce the hiring of Arlington resident Kristina Raezer as its new engagement coordinator. Raezer's work will be focused around creating opportunities for individuals to get more involved with United Way through giving, advocating and volunteering.

Although most people give to United Way through their places of employment, a growing number of people are giving through alternative methods, including through United Way's website. Raezer's goal will be to create a sense of community for all supporters of United Way, regardless of how they connect with the organization.

Raezer earned her bachelor's degree from Western Washington University's Human Services Department and, as a part of that degree, held internships at the Arlington School District, Project Homeless Connect in Skagit County and Special Olympics Washington. She is a lifelong resident of Snohomish County and lives in Arlington with her husband and daughter.

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