Todd Western Donor Advisor
Inspiration: “Be a part of the process that brings positive change.”— My dad, Todd P. Western II
What working in this community means to me: “It means I am involved in strengthening key aspects of my community and improving the lives of those who have been marginalized. It also means a great deal to me to be able to witness these changes as they develop.”
A passionate community advocate for more than 20 years, Todd is a donor advisor at Greater Twin Cities United Way who works on developing genuine and trustworthy relationships in order to create positive impact in our community.
Prior to joining United Way, Todd had a successful career at MoneyGram International as a relationship manager for 12 years. He managed national accounts connecting family and friends around the world by providing convenient and reliable financial services. Todd has extensive expertise in developing and growing revenue within national partnerships. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa.
Outside of work, Todd is a youth football coach for the Brooklyn Park Athletic Association and Park Center High School. He played defensive back in the Minor League Football organization and was inducted into the Minor League Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Todd is also a drummer for Wayman Church in north Minneapolis. His family has a charity foundation called the Todd Charity Organization, which produces golf tournaments and wine tastings in Iowa & Minnesota supporting college scholarships. In addition, Todd shares manager responsibilities with his two brothers on their 200-acre farm that has been in the family for over 150 years!
Explore what it means to be a changemaker, and to make an impact in your community with Greater Twin Cities United Way.