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United Way of Central Kansas announces campaign cochairs
United Way of Central Kansas’ 2021 campaign cochairs are, from left: Paul Snapp, Elise Snapp, Yuchen Wang-Boswell and Korby Boswell.

United Way of Central Kansas announced its 2021 campaign cochairs, Korby Boswell and Yuchen Wang-Boswell and Paul and Elise Snapp.

Each of these individuals will be an integral part of the campaign year, offering insight and a fresh perspective, being a voice for United Way in their communities, and learning more about what UWCK does in Barton and Pawnee Counties. 

Korby Boswell and Yuchen Wang-Boswell graduated from Fort Hays State University and relocated to Great Bend in 2017. Korby serves as the Marketing & Growth Specialist at Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball, Chartered (ABBB). Korby manages ABBB’s marketing and external communication efforts. He assists with both business development opportunities and research and development of specialized services for different industries. Yuchen is a faculty member at Barton Community College. In addition to her work in education, Yuchen also produces promotional videos for United Way of Central Kansas. In the community, Korby and Yuchen are members of the Barton County Young Professionals (BCYP) Steering Committee. When away from the office, they enjoy traveling, crafting, and spending time with friends and family. 

Paul and Elise Snapp have lived in Barton County for 19 years and value what a great place it is to raise their family. They have four daughters ranging from a college sophomore to a fifth grader. Paul and Elise both volunteer with numerous charitable organizations in the community. Paul is President and Chief Executive Officer of First Kansas Bank. Elise is an Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner for the University of Kansas Health Systems Family Practice Clinic in Great Bend.

“These couples epitomize what United Way is all about. They are pillars of our community, always leading the charge to help local organizations, and great examples of focusing on the betterment of our communities,”  said Gaila Demel, UWCK executive director.