In this webinar, GAF’s Jeff Terry, Nice-Pak/PDI’s Deb Fillis Ryba, United Airlines’ Suzi Cabo and Good360’s Jim Alvey discuss how developing philanthropic partnerships can be a win-win-win. A win for those in need, for the nonprofits that serve them and for the companies that provide various forms of support, including the donation of critically needed goods.Download Slide Deck
Vice President, Disaster Recovery and Philanthropy, Good360As Good360 Vice President, Disaster Recovery and Philanthropy, Jim Alvey cultivates relationships that expand the Good360 corporate donor network, increase nonprofit sector collaboration and connect government and association entities. Jim’s primary focus is product donations through partnerships that support mid- and long-term Disaster Recovery efforts.
Managing Director of Social Impact Optimization, United Airlines
Deb Fillis Ryba
Global Director, CSR and Sustainability, Nice-Pak/PDIDeb Fillis Ryba began her ESG career as a Peace Corps Volunteer. Trained as an ecologist, Deb has worked in both the public and private sectors, advancing sustainability and community engagement. At Nice-Pak/PDI, she developed the first global sustainability program with quantifiable impact that focuses on three key areas, Protecting People, Sustaining Environments, and Engaging and Educating Communities.
Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability, GAFJeff Terry serves as Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainability at GAF, North America’s largest roofing manufacturer, leading the development and implementation of the company’s long-term strategy for GAF’s enterprise priority focus on Social Impact.