// Host and Emcee: Chris Jarvis linkedin  twitter

Chris Jarvis is a co-founder and partner of Realized Worth, a leading consulting firm specializing in employee volunteering and workplace giving programs. Chris believes volunteering is transformative and works with companies to design and implement programs that meet employees where they’re at – producing better companies, better communities, and a better world.

Chris regularly presents on the topic of employee engagement in CSR and Sustainability to audiences across North and South America as well as Europe. He also blogs on topics relating to workplace giving and corporate volunteering for Realized Worth, Fast Company, Business Fights Poverty and 3BL Media. Read More About Chris

// Keynote Speaker: Derrick Feldmann  linkedin twitter

Feldmann photoDerrick leads the research team on the Millennial Impact Project – the most comprehensive research initiative to understand how the Millennial generation connects, involves, and gives. He coauthored – Cause for Change: The Why and How of Nonprofit Millennial Engagement published by Jossey Bass/ Wiley. He is a speaker on the latest trends in fundraising, marketing for nonprofit organizations, and Millennial cause engagement.

Derrick is a writer for Philanthropy News Digest of the Foundation Center and the Huffington Post IMPACT channel, a member of the Leadership Faculty of the Points of Light Corporate Institute, and a guest lecturer for the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Derrick received his graduate degree from the School of Philanthropy at Indiana University.

// Keynote Speaker: Laura Herman  linkedin twitter

Herman photoLaura Herman is a Managing Director at FSG and brings nearly 20 years of strategy consulting to the field. She leads our Global Health practice and her clients include non-profit organizations, private foundations, and corporations. She has led work for some of the firm’s largest clients, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, LEGO Foundation, Pfizer, Abbott, Nike, Atlantic Philanthropies, Women’s World Banking, Surdna Foundation, Skoll Foundation and many others. Laura’s projects have focused on strategy development, program design, evaluation, market analyses, and stakeholder engagement. Her work has included in-country research in dozens of countries.

Laura was a Managing Director leading one of the firm’s first Collective Impact engagements reforming the New York Juvenile Justice system. This engagement brought together leaders from over 20 agencies across the state and city juvenile justice, education, police, and judiciary systems to develop a new vision for juvenile justice in the state, create a strategy for realizing that vision and create a system for measuring progress. Laura is a frequent presenter on the Collective Impact model, speaking to groups in New York, Louisville, Cartagena, Cali, Puerto Rico, New York, Washington DC and Los Angeles. Laura is currently authoring FSG’s next article on Collective Impact, examining its relevance to global initiatives.

Laura is also a member of the Board of Directors for VillageReach, a nonprofit focused on improving “last mile” drug distribution in developing countries. She is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an advisor to AshokaU. She started her career at Deloitte Consulting, focused on large scale organizational change initiatives. She holds an MBA with a certificate in Public Management from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. She also holds a MA in International Policy from Stanford University and a BBA in International Business from the University of Michigan.

// Speaker: Laura Asiala linkedin twitter

Asiala photoLaura Asiala is the Senior Director, Client Relations & Public Affairs at PYXERA Global. Passionate about the power of business to solve-or help solve-the world’s most intransigent problems, she leads the efforts to attract more participation of businesses to contribute to the sustainable development, through their people and their work. She also serves on the Board of Directors for Net Impact, a community of more than 40,000 student and professional leaders creating positive social and environmental change in the workplace. Laura’s thirty year career in international business included roles in finance, marketing, business development, HR, branding, and communications, and corporate social responsibility.
Prior to joining PYXERA Global, she was the Director of Corporate Citizenship at the Dow Corning Corporation where she led the development of their international corporate volunteer program (Citizen Service Corps) and oversaw CSR strategies and relationships, including the company’s public-private partnership with the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (a UN Foundation, US State Department & Clinton Global initiative). Laura holds a BA in economics from Alma College and a MS in Organizational Development from Case Western Reserve University.

// Speaker: Seth Bannon linkedin twitter

Bannon photoSeth Bannon is the founder and CEO of Amicus, a social good startup that helps nonprofits turn their supporters into fundraisers and advocates. For his work at Amicus, Forbes Magazine named him to their 30 Under 30 list for Social Entrepreneurship two years running. An avid chess player, Seth can often be found in Union Square Part attempting to hustle the chess hustlers.

// Speaker: Bea Boccalandro linkedin

Boccalandro photoBea Boccalandro is president of VeraWorks, a global consulting firm that helps companies design, execute and measure their community involvement. She teaches corporate community involvement for Georgetown University and for the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship; and is a frequent keynote speaker on business involvement in societal issues at conferences across the globe.

Boccalandro has helped Aetna, Allstate, Bank of America, FedEx, HP, IBM, Levi Strauss & Co., The Walt Disney Company and many other companies develop and enhance their community involvement programs through strategy development, program design and measurement.

Boccalandro also conducts research and thought leadership that helps define the future of corporate citizenship. She led the project that developed the Drivers of Effectiveness for Employee Volunteering and Giving Programs and conducted the related Fortune 500 research. She is author “Stop the Charity and Start the Impact,” “The End of Employee Volunteering: A Necessary Step to Substantive Employee Engagement in the Community,” “A Helping Hand or a Hijacking? How Nonprofits Can Respond to Ever-Increasing Corporate Involvement in the Community,” “Maximizing Impact: Three Signs of Underperforming Employee Community Engagement” and other publications.

// Speaker: Robin Boggs  linkedin twitter

Boggs photoRobin Boggs is the US Corporate Citizenship Lead for Accenture, where she is responsible for outcomes from the company’s “Skills to Succeed” and environmental stewardship programs. Prior to this role, Ms. Boggs spent 13 years leading human performance and customer relationship management projects for major Accenture clients in telecommunications and public service. Before joining Accenture, she spent five years in nonprofit sales, business development and program execution. Ms. Boggs has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens University of Charlotte. She earned a Master’s degree in Shakespeare Studies from the University of Birmingham (England) during a year as a Rotary Foundation Scholar. Outside of work she enjoys working as a board member and volunteer with nonprofit organizations in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia.

// Speaker: Nathan Bricklin linkedin twitter

Bricklin photoNathan Bricklin is senior vice president and head of Collaboration and Social Strategy for Wells Fargo’s Wholesale Banking Group where he is responsible for developing strategies that help Wells Fargo use social media tools to drive a collaborative culture throughout the Wholesale Banking Group and with its customers. Previously, Nathan led the customer experience teams for the Wholesale Internet and Intranet portals. His responsibilities included user experience design, content development and engagement strategies. Nathan is a member of Wells Fargo’s Bay Area Volunteer Council and sits on the Boards of The Education for the Children Foundation that runs a school in Guatemala and The Creek Youth Center, which provides after school support for middle school children in Walnut Creek, CA. He is also a long-time mentor at Build, a youth business incubator in Oakland, CA and an adjunct instructor at NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies. Nathan tweets @Socialbrick.

// Speaker: Richard Crespin  linkedin twitter

Richard's photoRichard Crespin is the CEO of Crespin Enterprises, a boutique consulting firm advising businesses and non-profits on how to work together to solve big problems. Every nonprofit is a business and every business has a social mission. They just don’t always know it or act like it so Richard works with firms to find their unique social mission where they can make significant impact and with non-profits to build programs that attract companies as partners and donors. On behalf of his clients, Richard makes strategic introductions, translates the needs of businesses to NGOs and vice-versa, and structures outcome-oriented partnerships that amplify impact and get results faster at lower cost.

In addition, Richard is a Senior Fellow of the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation and a Senior Advisor to IO Consulting and the Institute for Public Private Solutions (IPPS). He also advises the US Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) on its outreach to the business community on international development issues and serves on the Executive Committee of the Board for the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association.

From 2008 to 2013, Richard served as the Executive Director of the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association and as President of SharedXpertise Media, the publishers of Corporate Responsibility Magazine. As a professional society, the CROA represents the voice of corporate citizenship practitioners at some of the world’s largest companies. For over 14 years, Corporate Responsibility Magazine and its COMMIT!Forum have called on companies to make commitments that will change the world. With a circulation of over 20,000 senior executives, the Magazine provides the most trusted and widely read coverage on corporate responsibility.

During his career, Richard has worked across the private, public, and civil sectors, including with several large financial institutions, the American Red Cross, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the Department of Defense. He founded The Delve Group, Inc, a premier market research firm, worked for American Management Systems, and for KPMG. He is also a serial entrepreneur, having started several small businesses and non-profits.

Richard is an alumnus of both the George Washington University and the Harvard Business School. He currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the CROA, on the Advisory Board of the Sustainable Business Forum, and on the Advisory Board for the Energy and Enterprise Initiative. He is a Past President of the George Washington Alumni Association and a sought after speaker on corporate responsibility, public/private partnerships, business ethics, and non-profit capacity building. He and his wife Emily live in Falls Church, VA where they practice “extreme parenting” with their three young children.

// Speaker: Desiree Dancy linkedin twitter

Taskin photo Desiree Dancy has led and managed diversity initiatives for major investment banks over the past 10 years.

Currently she is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion for TIAA-CREF, a Fortune 100 financial services organization and the leading provider of retirement services in the academic, research, medical and cultural fields.

Ms. Dancy joined TIAA-CREF in 2014 and is responsible for leading the firm’s diversity and inclusion strategy across multiple businesses.

Prior to joining TIAA-CREF, she was the Chief Diversity Officer and Vice President of Corporate Human Resources for The New York Times. Additionally, she managed The New York Times College Scholarship program and the Neediest Cases Fund, which provides direct assistance to children, families and the elderly in New York. She also was responsible for leading diversity initiatives at Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs.

Ms. Dancy received a Master of Science degree from The New School University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Audrey Cohen College.

// Speaker: Peter Dudley linkedin twitter

Dudley photoPeter joined Wells Fargo in 2001 after 10 years in software startups. As manager of Team Member Philanthropy, he runs the nation’s largest workplace giving campaign (ranked #1 five years in a row by United Way Worldwide), multiple volunteer programs under the Wells Fargo Volunteers brand, and employee hardship and scholarship funds. He is a member of United Way Worldwide’s Global Corporate Leadership Council. A native of Connecticut, he has a degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley. In his career, he’s worked on the B-2 stealth bomber, the first-ever smart phones, and the first PDAs.

// Speaker: Lenore Feder linkedin twitter

Feder photoLenore Feder works to connect media and entertainment,communications, internal engagement and social impact. As the Director of Communications & Corporate Responsibility at Viacom, Lenore is responsible for communications around all of Viacom’s social responsibility efforts. She works to engage all stakeholders, inside the company and out, by giving them the tools to take action on the issues they care about most. Prior to Viacom, Lenore held roles in corporate communications at Barnes & Noble and Bricker & Associates. Lenore holds a holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brandeis University and a Master of Science degree from Columbia University’s Strategic Communications program.

// Speaker: Solomon Gezari linkedin twitter

Gezari photoAt Nielsen, Solomon helps companies understand and position the value of their marketing assets and investments. Specializing in cross platform media measurement and advertising sales development for emerging media types, he helps media owners and marketers bridge the gap between the traditional TV advertising model and the future of digital audience targeting, buying, and measurement. Solomon was a physics and philosophy major at NYU and hails originally from Chevy Chase, MD.

// Speaker: Jeff Harrington  linkedin

Jeff's photoJeff Harrington is Vice-President, Administration in Prudential’s Community Resources Department which includes The Prudential Foundation, Social Investments and Corporate Engagement. In this role, Jeff is responsible for Systems Strategy, Communications, Finance, Risk Management and Metrics and Analytics. Prior roles within Prudential included strategic planning and governance for technology, financial analysis, the business case process for the Insurance Division and he provided financial leadership to Prudential’s eBusiness Development Group.

Prior to joining Prudential in 1999, Jeff’s career began with JP Morgan and Company in Mergers and Acquisitions. He has held a variety of roles of increasing responsibility in Johnson and Johnson (marketing analytics), Handex (environmental consulting) and Engelhard (finance).

Jeff holds degrees in Environmental Planning from Rutgers University and International Finance from Pace University.

// Speaker: Janice Johnson

Janice's photoJanice Johnson is currently the Community Engagement Director for The UPS Foundation, the charitable arm of UPS. She is responsible for evaluating funding requests from nonprofits and is responsible for supporting the company’s employee engagement initiative with an emphasis on volunteer programs and road safety. She also represents UPS in the community through the management of several outreach initiatives, including the UPS relationships with the National Urban League and the Black Executive Exchange Program (BEEP), Global Volunteer Month, a month-long effort to volunteer around the world, celebrated each October, and the Neighbor-to-Neighbor program, a UPS employee volunteer initiative.

She is the global point of contact for the UPS Road Code program, a safe driving initiative for teens/novice drivers. The program has impacted over 15,000 teens/novice drivers in US, UK, China, Germany, and Canada.

// Speaker: Jenessa Jensen  linkedin twitter

Jensen_Jenessa_photoJenessa Jensen is Manager of Employee Giving Programs at UnitedHealth Group. She is responsible for overseeing a number of Social Responsibility programs, including; Giving Campaign, Dollars for Doers, and Executive Board Matching.

Jenessa enjoys working to support UnitedHealth Group’s mission of helping people live healthier lives and connecting their 130,000 employees with meaningful opportunities to donate their time, skills, and financial assets to the communities where they live and work.

Prior to joining UnitedHealth Group, Jenessa was Community Involvement Manager at U.S. Bank where she managed employee giving and volunteer programs.

Jenessa recently completed a term serving as President of the Twin Cities Corporate Volunteerism Council.

// Speaker: Simon Kirk linkedin twitter

Kirk photoSimon Kirk is the cofounder of RaisedBy.Us, and the Director of Business at Two Toasters, a mobile app company. RaisedBy.Us has seen over $200,000 pledged to 100+ causes. A native of London, Simon came to the US to study at the University of Pennsylvania but liked it so much he stayed.

// Speaker: Lina Klebanov linkedin twitter

Klebanov photoLina Klebanov has over 10 years of experience in corporate responsibility, employee engagement, strategic non-profit partnerships and foundation relations gained in the professional services, financial and telecommunications sectors. Ms. Klebanov is currently an Investment Manager at Time Warner Cable where she develops strategic partnerships and manages the local community relations strategy. She works with key stakeholders to meet the Company’s philanthropic goals for their signature program “Connect a Million Minds”, Diversity and Inclusion and Digital Literacy.

Ms. Klebanov served as the Deputy Director of Marsh & McLennan Companies’ Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Department, where she worked on the strategic planning, charitable giving, employee engagement and philanthropic programs for the Company. Ms. Klebanov designed and implemented a number of Company-wide initiatives for the Company’s 50,000+ employees, including employee volunteer program, global employee volunteer website, and employee volunteer grant program. Prior to joining Marsh & McLennan Companies, Ms. Klebanov was a Senior Program Officer at Morgan Stanley where she oversaw a number of employee engagement, foundation grant-making programs and was involved with various strategic philanthropic initiatives for the Firm.

Ms. Klebanov holds a Master’s degree in Non-Profit Management from the NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Public Administration from the Long Island University, C.W. Post.

Ms. Klebanov is a member of the Advisory Board of Peace First, a non-profit organization that teaches students effective conflict resolution. She completed a four-year term as the Chair of the Contributions Advisory Group (“CAG”), a professional network for charitable giving professionals and served a two-year elected term on Corporate Volunteers of New York (“CVNY”), a corporate volunteer council. She is also a member of the Global Initiative for the Advancement of Corporate Volunteering (“GIACV”).

// Speaker: Ahsiya Mencin linkedin twitter

Mencin photoAhsiya Posner Mencin, Ph.D. has worked in international development, diplomacy, corporate social responsibility, and organizational management and change for over 15 years in the public and private sectors, and at grassroots and policy levels. She joined GSK in 2006 as a strategy consultant supporting R&D senior executives on transformational projects with global and humanitarian implications. She began working to design and launch the PULSE Volunteer Partnership in January 2009, motivated by the opportunity to bridge public and private sectors towards achieving positive sustainable change, particularly in the health arena. She has been serving as the leader of PULSE since the April 2009 global launch. Ahsiya graduated from Swarthmore College and received her M.A. and Ph.D. in International Relations from The Fletcher School at Tufts University. She has worked for various NGOs in the US, Zimbabwe, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, and Jordan, and has taught Peace & Conflict Studies in the Political Science Department at Bryn Mawr College. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and toddler son (lil’ rascal), and enjoys travel, being outdoors and staying active.

// Speaker: Matthew Nelson linkedin

Nelson photoMatthew Nelson is the Corporate Vice President for employee engagement at New York Life. He oversees the giving campaign, matching gift, disaster response and volunteer programs. Prior to New York Life he was the VP of Member Services and Membership at the Council on Foundation. He has worked in philanthropy for more than twenty years.

// Speaker: Brad Peirce linkedin twitter

Peirce photoAs Program Manager for TD Environment, Brad is responsible for developing, managing and leading TD Bank’s strategic environmental programs. His team’s goal is to embed the environment in everything we do at TD Bank; to be “as green as our logo”. Brad has a passion for connecting people, drawing out big ideas, and collecting stories. He believes that the key to sustainable cultural transformation is engagement. To that end, Brad helped develop TD Bank’s innovative methodology: The 4Hs of Environmental EngagementSM – Head. Heart. Hands. Horn.SM
Brad brings 20 years of experience to the sustainability field; advising companies, nonprofits, and communities on sustainable practices. He earned a Masters degree in Sustainable Tourism from The George Washington University and a BA from Vanderbilt University, and has previously worked for a variety of international NGO’s, including Conservation International, where he helped develop sustainable communities and protect rainforests in Central America. Brad also owned and ran his own consulting firm to help companies ‘go green’.
Brad lives in Maine and enjoys hiking, playing guitar, paddle boarding, scuba diving, and wrestling with his two boys. He looks forward to exploring the world with his family and returning to places he traveled in his independent days – Asia, Europe and Central America.

// Speaker: Jeff Senne linkedin

Senne photoThrough a leadership approach that’s inclusive, collaborative and mission driven, Jeff Senne leverages more than 20 years of Corporate Responsibility and management experience to guide the strategic operation of PwC’s Corporate Responsibility team and program initiatives.

Jeff believes Corporate Responsibility is about holistic value creation. In his cross-functional role, he collaborates with all areas of the firm to understand CR’s different drivers and ensure the firm’s numerous CR initiatives deliver financial, social, and environmental value to stakeholders.

Beyond operations management, Jeff has played a key role in the successful launch of several individual PwC CR programs. He’s part of the leadership team behind Earn Your Future, PwC’s signature youth education commitment, through which the firm will invest $60 million in cash and 1 million PwC volunteer hours in financial literacy for young people and financial training for educators. He created and launched a series of dashboards that helps PwC assess employee engagement in CR initiatives and is driving the vision behind PwC new Corporate Responsibility employee engagement platform – CR Space. As one of the firm’s “resident environmentalists,” Jeff also leads PwC’s environmental conservation efforts.

Jeff credits a graduate thesis on Corporate Responsibility at the United Nations University for Peace for his interest in win-win solutions that leverage private sector assets for the public good and business sustainability. After obtaining his Masters, Jeff worked in several roles at the United Nations Global Compact, Director of Sustainability Performance for Sodexo Inc. and as Senior Advisor for the African Development Bank. He also spent nearly 10 years as in the hospitality business where he was responsible for turning around underperforming business operations and redefining their business models to create sustainable and competitive company cultures.

Jeff frequently speaks at conferences about key issues in Corporate Responsibility, including employee engagement, driving organizational change and the means and importance of measurement.

// Speaker: Sabrina Spitaletta linkedin

Spitaletta photo Sabrina is currently the Associate Vice President of North American Corporate Social Responsibility and Foundation Social Investments at Sanofi US. Her responsibilities include building a strategic North American platform for community outreach and employee engagement programs that include executive involvement, volunteerism, disaster relief, educational forums, a CSR Network and Employee Ambassador Program along with partnering with HR to design an internal employee wellness & prevention outreach framework that includes leveraging the CSR Ambassadors. She is an Officer for the Foundation and co-leading the design and re-launch of the Sanofi Foundation for North America that has shared ownership with the larger CSR team.

Prior to her current role she was the Associate Vice President of Civic Action Programs. Her responsibilities encompassed building the new department, leading the design and launch of year-round employee civic involvement, educational outreach & engagement; programs include the employee grassroots network, Civic Leadership Champions Programs, forums focused on building the company voice, re-building & leading the transformation of the employee political action committee (PAC) as the Executive Director of the Board, and increasing overall leadership involvement and participation at all levels. During that role, Sabrina was on the Board and was the Chair for the Political Involvement Network for the Public Affairs Council.

Leading up to the Civic Action role, she was responsible for building the initial U.S. Community Affairs team, where she led the development and implementation of high impact community engagement programs intended to demonstrate the organization’s social commitment across the U.S. Sabrina also headed up People Development and HR Communications for the U.S. home office employees. She has nearly a decade of experience in Performance Management & Leadership Development. Her experience includes overseeing, leading, designing and implementing performance & calibration processes, change management, large scale performance grassroots outreach, web-based programs, tools and resources for home office and field employees. Sabrina has experience in workforce planning, leadership development, talent management, succession planning, and employee relations and had significant responsibilities during the merger and integration of Sanofi-Synthelabo Inc. and Aventis Pharmaceuticals. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Organizations, Behavior & Management from Brown University and a Master’s Degree in Industrial & Labor Relations from Cornell University. She also earned a Professional Certificate in Fundraising from NYU’s George H. Heyman, Jr., Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising.

// Speaker: CeLois Steele linkedin

Steele photoCeLois Steele manages community engagement at Carlson, a family-owned hospitality and travel company with a strong portfolio of leading brands, including Quorvus Collection, Radisson Blu®, Radisson®, Radisson Red, Park Plaza®; Park Inn® by Radisson; Country Inns & Suites By Carlson℠, TGI Fridays℠ and Carlson Wagonlit Travel. In this role, she serves as Carlson’s primary liaison to the global communities in which they do business enabling meaningful strategic relationships within those communities. Her responsibilities also include managing internal employee engagement initiatives, volunteer programs, developing strategic external partnerships with NGO’s, and evaluating corporate grants. CeLois brings over 20 years of leadership and management experience in community relations and corporate social responsibility, primarily in the food and hospitality industry. Throughout her career she has received numerous awards in recognition of her professional and personal commitment to building stronger communities.

During her career, CeLois has worked across the private, public and non-profit sectors. Prior to joining Carlson, she was Director External Relations at the Multicultural Foodservice and Hospitality Alliance, Director Diversity & Inclusion at the Pillsbury Company, and managed Multicultural Community Relations at General Mills. Her non-profit work experience at United Way and Girl Scouts Minneapolis provides a unique perspective on supporting the needs of the community and understanding the positive impact of corporate philanthropy. Outside of work she volunteers in the community and serves on several local and national non-profit boards.

// Speaker: Rebecca Taskin linkedin twitter

Taskin photo Rebecca Taskin is the Community Coordinator at RaisedBy.Us. Rebecca is responsible for educating donors in emerging technology companies about workplace giving and the how to find a meaningful causes to give to at work. Her day to day tasks include educating employees and founders in start-ups in New York on the importance of philanthropy as a company. She also works as a director of operations for a medical technology company based in Manhattan.
She has a background in education and communication and is currently working on her masters in communications and has served on the board of Bridge to Healing, a community funded program to help children with learning disabilities receive the therapies they need in order to reach their fullest potential.

// Speaker: Katie Thiemann linkedin

Thiemann photo Katie Thiemann has a Marketing Degree from Rowan University and has worked for TD Bank for the past ten years. Currently in Community Relations, she has also worked in multiple departments within TD Bank including Commercial Lending, Retail and Marketing. In her current role as a Program Manager, Katie not only supports the development and management of corporate community involvement but also employee engagement programs and activities that are consistent with the Bank’s corporate citizenship and community giving priorities, CRA and business goals. Currently she manages multiple employee engagement programs, including the TD Volunteer Network, Volunteer Donation Program, GenNext Community, TD Tree Days and TD Green Streets.

// Speaker: Robbie Thomas linkedin

Thomas photo Robbie Thomas is Manager of Global Community Involvement for Sabre, the world’s leading travel technology company. Robbie manages Sabre’s employee volunteering and fundraising programs influencing the communities of 9,000 employees in 60 countries. Robbie led the vendor selection and transformation to merge Sabre’s volunteer and giving management technology used by employees worldwide within a short 4-month window. Additionally, Robbie directs environmental sustainability teams across 20 offices globally, owns Sabre’s disaster response grants and fundraising, influences community grant making, and serves as an advisor to the Sabre Foundation.

Prior to this role, Robbie was a Product Marketing Manager with Sabre for 7 years. Most recently, he managed the product marketing team for Sabre Media Solutions owning digital advertising products including paid email, Sabre’s travel agent rewards program, and onsite and offsite targeted banner advertising. In earlier roles, Robbie managed numerous business intelligence, optimization, and data products influencing major travel industry suppliers and agencies. Robbie holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas where he was a Cox Distinguished Scholar, participated in an exchange program to Melbourne Business School, and graduated valedictorian. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas A&M University (Gig ‘Em) where he was a Terry Foundation Scholar.

// Speaker: Mauricio Vivero linkedin twitter

Taskin photo Mauricio Vivero is the founding CEO of the Seattle International Foundation, a private institution working to alleviate global poverty through grantmaking and special initiatives. Under his leadership, the foundation has awarded more than $12 million in grants to 126 organizations working in 36 countries, with a strategic focus on Latin America.
He has more than 15 years of experience in nonprofit leadership, grantmaking, policy advocacy and project management. His professional experience includes serving as Executive Director of Ayuda, Director of Government Relations for Independent Sector, Vice President of the Legal Services Corporation, and Director of Grassroots Lobbying for the American Bar Association. Mauricio is a board member of Global Impact and the Central America Leadership Initiative (CALI).
Mauricio was born in Havana, Cuba and immigrated with his family to the U.S. in 1970. Mauricio holds a law degree from Creighton University and a bachelor’s degree in international relations from Florida International University.

// Speaker: Rebecca Wang linkedin

Wang photo Rebecca Wang is a member of the small but mighty Community Progress team within HP’s Corporate Affairs organization. She is responsible for employee engagement in the community for HP’s 300,000 employees around the globe. Her specific responsibilities include developing and managing the company’s Global Volunteer Challenge through a network of 60 volunteer Social Impact leads around the world. Rebecca also oversees the expansion and growth of HP’s pro bono volunteering program in collaboration with the Taproot Foundation.

Prior to joining HP in 2010, Rebecca spent several years focused on raising her young children and donating her skills to her local community and the public schools where her sons attend. She is very familiar with employee engagement and disaster relief in her previous role with Cisco Systems and the Cisco Systems Foundation between 2000-2007.

Rebecca holds a Communications degree from UC Berkeley and a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Michigan. For the past 17 years, Rebecca, her husband and three boys have called Menlo Park, CA home.

// Speaker: Tom Watson linkedin twitter

Watson photo Tom Watson is the president and founder of CauseWired, a consulting firm advising clients on the social commons: nonprofits, foundations and companies. As a journalist, author, and consultant, Tom has worked at the confluence of media technology and social change for more than 20 years.

Tom contributes the Social Ventures blog to Forbes and is the author of CauseWired: Plugging In, Getting Involved, Changing the World (Wiley, 2008) a best-selling book that chronicled the rise of online social activism. He serves as an adjunct instructor in the master’s program of New York University’s Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising.

As a consultant over the last decade, Tom has worked with many clients in strategic planning, case development, communications, branding development and marketing, as well as fundraising and development planning.

During his long career as journalist, Tom has written for The New York Times, The Daily Beast, Salon, Huffington Post, techPresident.com, Social Edge, Industry Standard, Inside, Worth and Contribute magazines, among many other publications. He speaks frequently on social causes, nonprofits, and digital democracy at such venues as the Clinton Global Initiative, Global Philanthropy Forum, Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Symposium, Skoll World Forum, MIT Enterprise Forum, Conference Board, the Forum on Philanthropy, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Association for Healthcare Philanthropy, and the American Bar Association as well as in university settings, including Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, New York University, Syracuse University, and City University London.

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