Everybody Wins! USA
September 3, 2010
From September 2009 to May 2010, I worked under Rich Grief, the National Executive Director for Everybody Wins! I focused on the Power Lunch, a signature lunchtime reading/mentoring program. First off, Rich is inspirational; his life is dedicated to raising awareness of this program, and ensuring that it actually works (and trust me, it does. For example, more than 87% of Power Lunchers improved their reading comprehension). As for the raising awareness part, Rich is innovative in this approach: he assigned me the task of analyzing potential nonprofit partners and corporate partnerships in over 50 cities, he had a class at Babson College use my initial research to form recommendations, utilizing social media, using losing weight as an incentive for others to donate to Everybody Wins!, amongst other cool ideas. From my perspective, this organization has garnered a lot of attention based on these ideas, and will continue to do so.
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As I stated above, Rich finds innovative ways to increase awareness of this organization, which then garners more attention and volunteer interest. I see the results of this.
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Former staff & Market Research Intern.