Join CAF America President and CEO Ted Hart as he continues the conversation with corporate leaders from Biogen Inc, Cargill, and Citi Foundation about their respective company’s response to the current crisis. Whether you are considering the development of new programming or reallocation of charitable funding to COVID-19 relief efforts, these leaders will provide an insider glimpse into how corporate America is responding to the current crisis.
Ted Hart, ACFRE, CAP®, serves as President and CEO of CAF America and President of CAF Canada. An internationally recognized speaker, Ted has over 30 years of experience in advising global philanthropy and is an expert in regulatory frameworks governing both domestic and global philanthropy and risk management. In addition to his Master in Public Administration (MPA) degree, he is a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP®), an Advanced Certified Fundraising Executive (ACFRE), is certified in Anti-Money Laundering (AML/CFT) and holds the information security management certification ISO 27001. During his tenure as President and CEO, CAF America has witnessed exponential growth helping clients contribute over $1 billion in the United States and in 110 countries around the world.
He is co-editor of the new book Cross-Border Giving: A Legal and Practical Guide published by CharityChannel Press. He has authored People to People Fundraising, Internet Management for Nonprofits and Fundraising on the Internet and co-authored five other published books on philanthropy. Ted played a critical role in the creation of the green nonprofits movement and was the founder of the International ePhilanthropy Foundation. He is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), the Advisors in Philanthropy Foundation, and The Philanthropy Roundtable.
Anuar Juraidini is a Program Officer at the Citi Foundation, managing grant investments across Foundation portfolios, including Pathways to Progress, research efforts, and local grantmaking. As such, he manages the Foundation's data analysis efforts and assists in the annual program strategy and goal setting process.
Previously, Anuar was responsible for grants administration, information management, reporting, and IT management.
Amanda Marvelle, PhD, is the Head of Community Programs at Biogen. Over the last seven years she has played a pivotal role in strengthening Biogen’s leadership in global corporate responsibility.
Prior to joining Biogen, Dr. Marvelle was among one of the founders of an innovative STEM high school - Research Triangle High School.
As Senior Manager of Grants and Community Engagement, Stacey Smida manages the budgets of Cargill's corporate and foundation contributions. She also works with global Cargill locations on their strategic grantmaking, leads employee GIVE program and Cargill’s disaster relief efforts, manages Cargill's corporate partnership with National FFA and Agriculture Future of America (AFA), and works with corporate and foundation nonprofit partners.