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Heather Lofkin Wright is a corporate responsibility director at PwC US (PricewaterhouseCoopers). Heather has been with PwC for over 17 years and leads strategy development for community employee engagement programs. Her work focuses on issues such as nonprofit partnerships, employee volunteerism, board seat service, and employee giving, and she is a sought after speaker on these topics. Heather has held a variety of roles at PwC and also serves as a leader on the nationwide giving campaign that raised over $30 million dollars for charities across the country in 2014.
Steve Greenhalgh, Senior Advisor
Steve Greenhalgh is a Senior Advisor at America’s Charities. He specializes in corporate social responsibility, contributions, community relations and employee involvement. His areas of expertise include assessment, benchmarking, strategy development and implementation, marketing and communications for corporate citizenship, employee involvement and charitable workplace giving programs, as well as complementary services for national nonprofit service and fund-raising organizations.
His corporate and nonprofit clients include Accenture, Allstate, American Express, America’s Charities, American Red Cross, Avery Dennison, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Feeding America and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
He served as Director of Program Analytics and Research at the JK Group located in Princeton, New Jersey. In this position, he was responsible for benchmarking of employee engagement programs, identifying trends and best practices and helping the JK Group lead the industry in effective philanthropic programs.
He has authored several national publications on workplace giving trends, models and best practices. In addition, Greenhalgh is a speaker and trainer on employee engagement, workplace giving programs, fundraising and board development.
Steve began his career working for United Way having spent 12 years at both the local and national level. He served as Vice President of Corporate Relations for United Way of America. In that capacity, he worked with more than 400 national corporations to develop and implement their national employee solicitation programs.
He is a graduate of Brigham Young University with a B.A. in Communications and Public Relations.