Several people join the StepUp Wilmington team

StepUp Wilmington has hired several people to join its team, according to a press release.

Mary Ann Broughton, Becky Grogan, Julian Williams and Tyler Young have been hired in various positions within the non-profit organization that serves those affected by unemployment and underemployment, officials said.

Broughton is joining as Donor Relations Manager focusing on individual donor relations, the statement said. She graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a BA in Political Science and Hispanic Literature and Cultures.

Grogan (right) is a talent recruiter for Pender and Brunswick counties, the statement said.

She has over 25 years of marketing experience including 10 years in the non-profit sector.

“Becky will be responsible for expanding Step Up Wilmington’s mission to Pender and Brunswick counties and recruiting and managing talent in these areas,” officials said in the statement.

Williams (left) has joined the StepUp Wilmington team as a talent manager, officials said.

He is a former high school football coach who continues to volunteer his time to coach football and basketball in the community.

Williams is an alumnus of Liberty University.

Young (right) Joins as Donor Relations Manager with a focus on grants and commercial donor relations.

He recently graduated from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a BA in Communication Studies and a Diploma in Higher Education.

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