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Columbus City Attorney To Head Central Ohio United Way
November 7, 2002

Columbus City Attorney Janet Jackson announced she is resigning to become president and chief executive officer of United Way of Central Ohio.

That will almost double her annual salary, from nearly $107,000 to about $200,000.

United Way's board agreed in a conference call Wednesday to hire the 49-year-old Jackson to run the agency that serves 69 organizations in the Columbus area and is the 14th-largest United Way in the nation.

Jackson replaces Brian Gallagher, who was recruited by United Way of America last year to be its president and chief executive officer.

She will take the reins January 13th.

The City Council will appoint her replacement.

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