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 2018, 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, January 23.
About the Speaker
Claire Costello is the National Philanthropic Practice executive for Philanthropic Solutions at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Corporation. Costello is a recognized expert in philanthropy. Her reputation results from her involvement with a variety of nonprofit ventures and her extensive work assisting high net worth individuals and families in identifying and fulfilling their philanthropic ambitions. She supports clients in making a broad range of philanthropic decisions concerning the implementation and execution of their giving strategies, and is responsible for providing thought leadership and identifying best practices for both philanthropic families and nonprofit institutions. Previously, Costello founded and managed the Citigroup Private Bank global Philanthropic Advisory Service. She also practiced law as a litigator in both the public and private sectors, prior to which,she clerked in the U.S. District Court. Costello is a graduate of Amherst College and New York University School of Law. Costello has served on the advisory board of GlobalGiving and the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, the Hewlett Foundation Donor Education Committee, and the Block Island Land Trust, and currently serves on the board of directors of the National Center for Family Philanthropy.
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