ALEXANDRIA, Va. (PRWEB) January 24, 2019
Community Health Charities proudly welcomes new Board Member Alex Cunningham, Senior Advisor, Global Social Investment at Chevron. He joins an impressive national Board of business leaders and nonprofit executives working together to build stronger, healthier communities.
“Alex complements our Board of Director’s skills and experiences,” said Thomas G. Bognanno, Community Health Charities president and CEO. “His diverse background spans technology, nonprofit, employee engagement, and corporate impact investment and will provide valuable perspective as we continue to improve employee and community health.”
Cunningham spent the first 16 years of his career in Silicon Valley working in various roles in internet technology before moving to Chevron in 2006 to lead their web team, where he went on to manage employee community engagement and volunteerism, including the advancement and global scalability of the Chevron Humankind matching grants program. Under his leadership this program’s combined annual charitable contributions grew to a record $41 million in 2015.
In 2016, he began managing Chevron’s global health social investment portfolio and is helping lead a strategic shift to the company’s approach to health corporate responsibility around the world.
“I am deeply passionate about making a positive impact and improving health and wellness in communities around the world,” said Cunningham. “I’m honored to join the Board of Directors at Community Health Charities and look forward to working with their diverse and dynamic team of health leaders.”
Alex’s official term on the Community Health Charities National Board of Directors will begin at the February board meeting, hosted by The Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta.
About Community Health Charities
Community Health Charities has been empowering people to improve health and wellbeing for over 60 years, by raising awareness and financial resources. We support education, treatment, and prevention for those with health challenges; bring organizations together to improve community health; provide individuals with opportunities to get involved; and increase the capacity of nonprofit organizations. Visit https://healthcharities.org/ or @healthcharities.