Weekly Corporate Leadership Profiles

Weekly Corporate Leadership Profiles

With the help of our generous corporate leaders, we are building a better Los Angeles. Every week, we highlight our top corporate leaders and salute them for helping us create pathways out of poverty. United Way of Greater Los Angeles extends a huge thanks to these leaders and corporations working with us to permanently break the cycle of poverty for our most vulnerable neighbors: families, children, veterans and the homeless.


Company: Biosense Webster


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Biosense Webster concluded another fantastic workplace giving campaign last week and we wanted to express our most sincere thanks to the Biosense Webster Campaign Committee: Tony Hong (2013-2104 Chair), John Kowalski (Co-Chair), Elie Ghattas (Co-Chair), Beverly Cable, Diane Rick, Kymberli Murray, Smita Bankar, Melanie Pierson, Liz Paxton, Ray Benjamin, Therese Moussa, Michael Wong, Kristina Senft, Bart Burro, Adriana Alvarez, Amit Patel, Joe Matton, Everett Garden, and Theo Wireko. 


Biosense Webster set out this year with a remarkable goal and not only met their goal but surpassed it!  A huge United Way THANK YOU to the Committee members and to everyone at Biosense Webster for their support and dedication in helping to improve the lives of those living in need in Los Angeles! 


Company: California Department of Motor Vehicles and Board of Equalization- California State Employees’ Charitable Campaign


The California Department of Motor Vehicles team at Oxnard, CA, shown here at their October 23 presentation, answered the call to be Community Heroes!  The California Department of Motor Vehicles team at Oxnard, CA, shown here at their October 23 presentation, answered the call to be Community Heroes!                                                                 

 


Susanna Alvarez and Millie Ruiz from the California Board of Equalization are ready to fight poverty! Susanna Alvarez and Millie Ruiz from the California Board of Equalization are ready to fight poverty!

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


The California State Employees’ Charitable Campaign is in full swing and going strong!  We found community heroes that are answering the call from the Department of Motor Vehicles in Oxnard and the California Board of Equalization!  The Department of Motor Vehicles and Board of Equalization are continuing their strong support of Creating Pathways Out of Poverty and have joined the United Way in our fight to improve Los Angeles.  We want to thank the heroes at the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Board of Equalization for joining us and we’re thrilled that they are representing the employees of our great state and for embodying the fighting spirit of Angelenos of our great county.  Together, we can defeat poverty and we will create a better Los Angeles for everyone! 


 


 


 


Company: Deloitte 


Dana Schneider (United Way), Nuka Solomon (United Way), Sarah Hardin (Deloitte), Tammie Jackson (Deloitte), Jeff Imai (United Way), Melissa Anger (Deloitte), Kyra Wilson (United Way) visited the Downtown Women’s Center On November 1, 2013. Dana Schneider (United Way), Nuka Solomon (United Way), Sarah Hardin (Deloitte), Tammie Jackson (Deloitte), Jeff Imai (United Way), Melissa Anger (Deloitte), Kyra Wilson (United Way) visited the Downtown Women’s Center On November 1, 2013.

Employees from Deloitte visited John Liechty Middle School and Downtown Women’s Center on Friday, November 1st and had an opportunity for a firsthand look into the work that they are supporting.  Deloitte has been one of our strongest community champions over the years and led by Managing Partner (and United Way Campaign Cabinet Chair), Michelle Kerrick, the team at Deloitte is off to another great campaign!  Thank you to Michelle and to everyone at Deloitte for your continued partnership.  Your passion and dedication for helping our communities is an inspiration to all of us here at the United Way of Greater Los Angeles!  


Join and support Team Deloitte at the HomeWalk this year by clicking here.

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