Goodwill President and CEO, Maureen Sedonaen, Named One of the Bay Area’s Most Influential Women in Business

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Goodwill workforce mission generates a direct $53 million impact on the local economy.

The San Francisco Business Times has announced its annual list of most influential Bay Area business women whose leadership has contributed to the economic wealth and growth of the Bay Area. This year’s honorees features, Maureen Sedonaen, President and CEO of Goodwill Industries of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin counties, recognizing her leadership of the Bay Area’s nearly 100 year-old-old nonprofit social enterprise.

“At Goodwill, we hold ourselves accountable to a triple bottom line,” said Maureen. “We measure our impacts on people, planet and performance. Last year we counted more than 600 jobs for local people struggling with long-term unemployment.”

Maureen is known as an inspiring leader with a highly successful track record in both private-sector and nonprofit social enterprise. She previously served as the Regional Vice-President of Revolution Foods and prior to that role was the founder and CEO of Youth Leadership Institute (YLI), an acclaimed national youth development organization.

Maureen currently serves on the Board for the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership, Youth Leadership Institute and the Marin Agricultural Institute. She actively engages with students as an adjunct professor in the Green MBA program at Dominican University of California, focusing her course instruction in Social Entrepreneurship.

To schedule an interview with Maureen, please contact: Deborah Bouck at 415.575.2134

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