Erica Fetters, Accounting Supervisor of Dorada Foods will serve as United Way of North Central Oklahoma campaign chair for the upcoming 2023/2024 campaign.
Fetters has been employed with Dorada Foods since 2016. She has served the organization on their management team and in the areas of finance, accounting, philanthropy, and sustainability. In 2021, she received Ponca City Main Street’s Top 5 Under 40 Award for her professional and personal involvements in and around Ponca City. In 2022, she completed the Strata Leadership training for the Institute for Emerging Leaders. Fetters is also a member of the American Legion Auxiliary.
Fetters earned her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Accounting after receiving two Associates Degrees from Northern Oklahoma College. Fetters is a graduate of Leadership Ponca City Class of 33.
Fetters has years of involvement serving her community and a long history of volunteerism that dates back to being a child in 4-H and FFA. In addition to serving on the United Way of North Central Oklahoma Board of Directors, Erica is on the University Center Foundation Board, and she is a Trustee for the Ponca City Development Authority. Erica currently serves on the Child Development Center Board as the Past-President. Erica is also an active member of the Ponca City Chamber of Commerce. In addition to serving on the United Way Board the since 2017, Erica was on the UW Allocations Committee in 2021, 2022 and is presently first Vice President of the United Way of North Central Oklahoma Board of Directors.
With the campaign approaching, Erica is working with United Way Executive Director, Tara Goldman, to set goals and create new ideas to make this a successful campaign. As campaign chair, Erica will lead UW of North Central Oklahoma’s volunteer cabinet as well as the loaned executives and more than 50 campaign volunteers who provide pledge packets to local businesses. Fetters will serve as United Way board president in 2024.
“United Way is an integral part of our community and touches many lives. I’m committed to making this year’s campaign very successful so that we may continue to provide for the needs of the partner agencies,” states Fetters. “I feel it is crucially important that the citizens of Kay County know what the United Way does to help individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives,” continues Fetters.
Erica is married to Chase Fetters who is an electrician for Phillips 66. They have one son, two-year old Brooks.
For information about United Way, its member agencies, other sponsored programs, or how you can help, stop by 205 N. 2nd St., or call 765.2476, or check out the website at www.uwnco.org.