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WEBINAR | Nonprofit Board Service: Getting Your Team Ready to Serve


Does your company have a nonprofit board program? Are you thinking of beginning one? NPO boards are great ways to engage senior leaders and return value to your business.

Join us to hear from members who have set up a board training program for their senior leaders, matched them with boards, and enjoyed great success with their program. They'll answer questions about how to get started, pitfalls to avoid, and the tools you need to succeed.

Webinars Info:

  • Start

    Wed Dec 13 12:00:00 EST 2017
  • End

    Wed Dec 13 13:00:00 EST 2017
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  • $0 Member
  • $99 Nonmember
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Alyssa Cherkin

Alyssa Cherkin

Corporate Citizenship, Deloitte LLP

Alyssa has led Corporate Citizenship strategy for Deloitte’s Greater Philadelphia office since 2008. Her primary role is to connect the 1,700 local Deloitte professionals and related resource to the nonprofit community through skills-based volunteerism, pro bono projects, board service and numerous nonprofit partnerships. Alyssa leads Deloitte’s signature programs, including Impact Day and the firm’s annual United Way campaign. She developed a successful Nonprofit Board Training Series for senior leadership, with plans for firm-wide replication. She is also the architect of Deloitte Academy, a mentoring program that connects Deloitte professionals with Philadelphia students throughout their high school careers and into college, and is currently leading its national expansion. Alyssa is a founding member of the Greater Philadelphia Corporate Volunteer Council and serves on the GPCVC Steering Committee. Prior to joining Deloitte, Alyssa served as the Corporate Development Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern PA and the American Cancer Society, and as a Development Associate for the National Liberty Museum. Alyssa received her B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from The Pennsylvania State University.

Lauren M. Ryan

Lauren M. Ryan

Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, State Street Corporation

Lauren is a vice president in State Street’s Corporate Citizenship division. She is responsible for employee community engagement and strategic programming which includes State Street’s volunteer, matching gift, nonprofit board, community event sponsorship, and communications programs. Lauren also has program management oversight for Boston WINs, State Street’s strategic philanthropy program. Prior to her role in Corporate Citizenship, Lauren held a number of roles within State Street related to program and change management supporting transformation initiatives within the Global Human Resources, Global Operations, and Global Procurement divisions. Prior to joining State Street, Lauren worked as a vendor relationship manager at Merck. Lauren is a graduate of Syracuse University. She lives with her husband and two young children north of Boston.