The Bank of America Charitable Foundation webinar series supports our company’s purpose to improve the financial lives of the clients, customers and communities we serve – by connecting nonprofit leaders to trends, tips and resources that will create better futures.
Since 2009, our webinar series has become a highly respected forum assisting 27,000 nonprofit leaders. In 2017, we will build on this success and leverage technology to expand the delivery of thought leadership discussion across our corporate social responsibility pillars to create deeper connections across our communities and our company. Over the next year, the webinar series will engage participants through discussion facilitated by key internal and external partners.
Registration: The presentation will be delivered by means of an online webinar and conference call. When you have registered, you will receive an email with the link to the webinar as well as the bridgeline information. NOTE: If you are a first-time participant, you should make sure that your network is compatible with WebEx.
Here is the link to register: http://www.cybergrants.com/boa/webinars.html If you have previously registered for a Bank of America Connecting Leaders to Learning webinar, you can click on the link, login, and click the register for the webinar.
Registration will be accepted through Wednesday, November 7.
About the Speakers
Chris Preston, Vice President, Corporate Relations, United Way Worldwide brings a strong commitment to and understanding of United Way’s mission and work as he has been part of the United Way network for 15 years. Chris spent the first 11 years of his United Way career at United Way Worldwide with roles as National Sales Manager of the United Way Store and Corporate Relations Manager for the Global Corporate Leadership team. In addition to those roles, he was Resource Development liaison for United Way Worldwide’s Africa Region, convener for the Young Leaders Business Resource Group of United Way Worldwide’s Diversity & Inclusion Council, and Project Manager for the Network Engagement and Support Team Committee for United Way’s U.S. Task Force on Economic Model & Growth. Prior to his return to United Way Worldwide, Chris served two local United Ways. First, as the Senior Vice President, Strategic and Regional Management at United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. In that role, Chris assumed Chief of Staff duties and was responsible for the management and execution of United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey’s organizational strategies across the region. Chris also served as Vice President, Resource Development, at United Way of the National Capital Area in Washington, DC. In that role he led the development team in managing a $33 million annual fundraising effort. Chris attended George Mason University and has continued to support his alma mater where he is currently Immediate Past-President of the George Mason University Alumni Association.
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