About this event
Start the new year off right by joining us for our first Corporate Funders meeting of 2023. In this call, we will hear from Philanthropy Northwest's new CEO, Jill Nishi, and the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals' president and CEO, Carolyn Berkowitz, on their respective organization's goals for the year and country-wide trends in corporate philanthropy. This gathering will be informative and engaging for our corporate funders, and participants will get the opportunity to engage in a Q&A with our speakers at the end of the call.
Carolyn Berkowitz, President and CEO, Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals
Prior to joining ACCP, Carolyn led Capital One’s community affairs efforts, guiding the company’s effort to re-imagine its CSR strategy with a $450 million, 10-year strategy to prepare low- and moderate-income people for future success. Prior to her work with Capital One, Carolyn served on the senior leadership teams of America’s Promise, Points of Light Foundation and the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.
Carolyn was twice named among the “100 Most Influential Business Leaders” in Washington, D.C. by the Washington Business Journal, earned the Washington Area Women’s Foundation’s Visionary Award, and was appointed by Governor Terry McAuliffe to serve two terms on the Virginia Community College Board.
Jill Nishi, CEO, Philanthropy Northwest
Prior to her role as CEO of Philanthropy Northwest and The Giving Practice, Jill served in various leadership capacities at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, most recently as the director of strategy, planning &management and chief of staff for the U.S. Program. As a local government leader, she served as the director of the City of Seattle's Office of Economic Development. Jill previously established her own independent consultancy for philanthropic, nonprofit and government clients; and was a management consultant with Deloitte in their public sector practice. Jill received a master’s degree in public affairs from Princeton University, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Puget Sound, where she is trustee emeritus.
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