Creating and Sustaining Successful Business-Community Partnerships: Free VolunteerMatch Webinar with John-Anthony Meza of Corporate Voices, 4/28
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) April 19, 2011 - Please join us for this webinar on corporate engagement tool kits from a leading organization in the field. This webinar will address both nonprofit and corporate engagement leaders and their roles in establishing strong partnerships for engagement. Follow the conversation on Twitter @VM_Solutions using #BPN_Meza.
Corporate Voices for Working Families is the leading national business membership organization shaping conversations and collaborations on public and corporate policy issues involving working families. A unique voice, Corporate Voices provides leading and best-practice employers a forum to improve the lives of working families, while strengthening our nation’s economy and enhancing the vitality of our communities.
On this webinar, John-Anthony Meza, Vice President of Workforce Readiness, will highlight two series of tools that the organization has created, as well as provide best practice examples and tips on how to achieve the successful business-community partnerships your organization is looking for. Participants will have the opportunity to share their successes and challenges in creating partnerships and will walk away with the next steps they need to create and sustain their partnerships.
Leaders will find that these tools give them specific action steps and ideas they can undertake in establishing partnerships, as well as case studies and examples of successful partnerships created by others.
Speaker Profile: John-Anthony Meza, VP of Workforce Readiness, Corporate Voices
John-Anthony Meza joined Corporate Voices for Working Families last year as Vice President of Workforce Readiness. Previously Meza was the national director of corporate citizenship at KPMG where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of KPMG's national community involvement programs.
Meza is a former member of the Corporate Voices for Working Families' Board of Trustees and has been actively engaged with the organization's various taskforces and committees for many years. In 2008, Corporate Voices honored him for his work on behalf of the organization. He also was awarded the 2007 inaugural Bonnie Dayan Award from the Center for Companies That Care, and in 2006 received the inaugural Work-Life Rising Star Award.
Best Practice Network Webinars are free, hour-long events.