United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the recent election of two new members to its local operating board serving Westmoreland, Fayette and Southern Armstrong Counties: Chad McCutchen of McCutcheon Enterprises, Inc. (MEI) and Alexander Gebrosky of West Penn Power.
McCutcheon and Gebrosky will fill board seats vacated by Bishop Carl E. Jones Sr. of Greater Parkview Church and Tereasa Rerko, partner at the law firm of Quatrini Rafferty.
McCutcheon is a communications professional and member of the senior management team at MEI. Since 2012, McCutcheon has guided MEI in winning two Oilfield Services Company of the Year awards and a Family Business Award from the Pittsburgh Business Times. McCutcheon also serves as chair of the board of the Alle Kiski Strong Chamber of Commerce, vice-chair of Leadership Alle-Kiski Valley, a non-profit dedicated to supporting the region’s next generation of leaders and serves on the board of visitors of the Kiski School in Saltsburg, PA. McCutcheon earned his BA in communication arts and sciences from the Pennsylvania State University in 2004 and his MA in strategic communication from American University in 2012. He resides in Washington Twp., Westmoreland County.
Gebrosky is a lines engineering designer for First Energy’s West Penn Power, working out of the company’s Latrobe facility. He received a BA in biology and environmental studies from California University of Pennsylvania in 2011. Gebrosky enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, fishing and working on vehicles, including car and motorcycle restoration. He currently resides in Johnstown with his wife and his 4-month-old son, but hopes to return to his family’s farm and homestead in Murrysville in the future.
McCutcheon and Gebrosky will serve on United Way’s local operating board, which implements the organization’s work in Westmoreland, Fayette and Southern Armstrong Counties and coordinates with the United Way’s governing board of directors.