"There is an opportunity for Givinga to strengthen connections individuals have with their employers, the businesses they patronize, and the various communities they are a part of" Lauren Cosulich
BOSTON (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
Givinga, a Boston based philanthropy-as-a-service firm, announced today the creation of a board of advisors, naming Lauren Cosulich, Larry Moulter and Dave Blakelock as directors. The board will provide insight directly to Givinga’s executive team becoming a crucial foundation for the company as it continues its work with transformational brands to unlock the power of giving. “We are grateful to have these three highly respected business professionals join the Givinga board of advisors. Each of them bring a unique skill set and business perspective to the table,” said Joe Phoenix, Co-founder and CEO of Givinga.
Lauren Cosulich is a Partner at Summit Trail Advisors where she advises ultra-high-net-worth individuals and families on investment management, trust and estate planning, and strategic philanthropic giving. Dave Blakelock is a senior business executive, entrepreneur and active investor with a successful history of developing new growth and revenue sources. Larry Moulter combines a 40 year career in the Boston business community with connections throughout Boston’s business, finance, government and media industries. He joined the board of advisors because “we are at a moment when community matters and how best to give to those causes drives not only the brand essence of a company but also motivates employees to participate fully in their company’s culture. Givinga can be the pivot point for better employee engagement and cultural enhancement for the right business.” Recognizing technology’s potential in the philanthropic realm, Lauren Cosulich added, “there is an opportunity for Givinga to strengthen connections individuals have with their employers, the businesses they patronize, and the various communities they are a part of and facilitate impactful giving more efficiently and strategically.”
Founded in 2015, Givinga was built around the idea that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to make a meaningful impact. Their philantech™ cloud platform combines financial tools with modern technologies empowering companies to develop modern giving solutions that align with and enhance corporate strategy. They support enterprise partners powering workplace giving, startup's reimagining B2C charitable giving, financial service companies offering social impact investing and foundations looking to enhance donor engagement.