Corporate Member Webinar: Corporate Disaster Philanthropy

  • Thursday, May 13, 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar

Registration

Make the Most of Your Resources

Our country and the world has seen what feels like a never-ending stream of disasters - storms and wildfires, global pandemic, community unrest, economic distress - no communities or companies were left untouched by these challenges. Often, businesses are on the front lines with expertise, resources, and human capital to help their neighbors heal. Join the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to learn about their new report on COVID response funding and to discuss how your company's philanthropy can have the greatest impact during a time of crisis. We'll also be joined by corporate grantmaking peers from across the country to share their approach and hope you'll feel comfortable sharing some, too.

About the Speakers

Regine A. Webster leads the grantmaking and consulting teams. She also heads up CDP’s major educational initiatives including the annual Measuring the State of Disaster Philanthropy report and the Disaster Philanthropy Playbook. A frequent blogger, presenter and webinar panelist, Regine is committed to sharing her deep knowledge and true passion for the work. In 2010, Regine became founding executive director of the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, an organization aimed at transforming giving toward domestic and international disasters. CDP has matured into a trusted voice and philanthropic force, including awarding nearly $9 million in grants from its Hurricane Harvey Disaster Recovery Fund. Regine now serves as CDP vice president and her personal reach spreads beyond the organization. In addition to holding speaking engagements that inspire and educate in the disaster philanthropy realm, Regine has been actively involved in volunteer leadership positions on local and national-level boards and committees.

Alexander J. Diaz leads Crisis Response and Humanitarian Aid at Google.org, Google’s philanthropic arm. There he manages Google’s philanthropic efforts in response to global crises, such as natural disasters and public health emergencies, providing innovative nonprofits on the frontlines with funding and volunteers. Alex helped lead Google.org’s $100 million and 50K+ pro bono hours commitment to COVID-19 response globally across health and science, distance learning, and economic relief and recovery. More recently, Alex is managing the company's philanthropic effort to advance COVID-19 vaccine equity.

Alex is the winner of both Marshall and Rhodes Scholarship awards. As a Rhodes Scholar, Alex received a Master’s of Public Policy and a Master’s of Financial Economics at the University of Oxford. Alex graduated from Harvard College Phi Beta Kappa, with highest honors in psychology where he focused his studies and research on the cognitive mechanisms that underlie unconscious race, ethnic, and gender bias, and the effects of these biases on courtroom procedures. Alex has been named to Forbes’ List of 30 Under 30 for Law & Policy.

Marlo Long, VP Community Development, Truist Bank
Experienced Senior Vice President with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Strong community and social services professional skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Budgeting, Business Planning, Analytical Skills, and Government.

This webinar is open to FPN Corporate Members only.  Corporate Members can register by clicking HERE.             


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