PARSIPPANY, N.J. – The Ukrainian National Association formally introduces its new national organizer, Myron Kolinsky, whose longtime work experience in various positions for numerous credit union associations in Connecticut has helped him gain a comprehensive knowledge base and skills set. A licensed professional insurance agent, he officially took on his new responsibilities on July 2.
Mr. Kolinsky, who resides in Wethersfield, Conn., holds a Master of Business Administration degree in management from the University of Connecticut. He earned a B.S. in finance from the same institution. He is a longtime member of UNA Branch 277 and serves as Connecticut District Committee chair.
Mr. Kolinsky is a member of the Ukrainian American Youth Association in Hartford, Conn., where he has served as its president (1983-2014) and as its treasurer. He is vice-president of the Ukrainian National Home of Hartford, where he previously served as public relations director, Grievance Committee chairman and rental chairman/organizational director.
He also donates his time and energy to the United Way, March of Dimes and efforts to combat juvenile diabetes.
Mr. Kolinsky will be responsible for: enrolling UNA members, organizing regular fraternal events throughout the country, recruiting UNA branch secretaries, promoting the UNA by traveling to various Ukrainian communities and helping to make the UNA nationally recognizable, marketing efforts targeted at various regions and community groups, and developing recruitment approaches for a proposed independent insurance sales force.
Readers may contact Mr. Kolinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-292-9800 ext. 3036.