Wounded Warrior Project’s Courtney Davidson, CSX’s Bryan Tucker and Verizon’s Dee Fraley shares insights on how nonprofit and corporate leaders can find synergies within their organizations to create highly successful CSR partnerships which are intentional, purpose-driven and mutually beneficial. This session is moderated by One & All’s Capin Alexander.Download Slide Deck
Director, Partnership & Growth, One & AllAs Director of Partnership & Growth at One & All, Capin is committed to helping social good organizations create successful and meaningful supporter experiences. Her expertise spans both the commercial and non-profit sectors working and partnering with GEICO, Big Brothers Big Sisters, American Red Cross, The Salvation Army, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville and Habitat for Humanity. After living abroad, she returned to the US with a renewed sense of giving back.
Senior Corporate Partnership Specialist, Wounded Warrior ProjectAfter over a decade in sports marketing and sponsorship, Courtney Davidson followed her dreams to give back. In 2015, she proudly joined Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) – a nonprofit that exists to honor and empower wounded warriors and their families. Here, she is fiercely devoted to securing new corporate relationships and finds the most joy in shaping ideas into purposeful campaigns that raise awareness and funds for injured veterans.
Marketing Manager, VerizonDee Fraley is a marketing manager and has been with Verizon for over 20 years. She has a range of experience in the telecommunications industry and is recognized for her success in driving sales, operations, and marketing initiatives. In her current role, she is responsible for overseeing experiences for the military, first responders, and students.
Vice President of Corporate Communications, CSXBryan Tucker is Vice President of Corporate Communications at CSX. In this role, he oversees teams responsible for brand and digital communications, community relations, field support, internal communications, media relations, stakeholder events and crisis response.