We are so fortunate. Lindsey Kneuven, Cotopaxi’s Chief Impact Officer, has agreed to a live, interactive discussion with platinum members of the Your Mark on the World “Doers Circle” on November 21 at noon Eastern, 10 AM Mountain.
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Lindsey will bring her considerable expertise in cause marketing. This discussion will be invaluable for nonprofits looking to partner with business and will be equally valuable for anyone in business looking to grow sales and profitability by supporting a worthy cause.
Cotopaxi is a venture-backed company that sells high quality outdoor sporting goods designed and sourced from the ground up to have impact. Cotopaxi has pledged 2 percent of revenue to support social justice causes around the world. Lindsey is responsible for that impact.
Previously, Lindsey worked in Silicon Valley directing global grant making and employee engagement programs for tech companies while working at Silicon Valley Community Foundation. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to pick her brain.
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Lindsey’s full bio:
Lindsey Kneuven is the Chief Impact Officer for Cotopaxi, a Utah-based outdoor gear company with a social mission at its core. She leads the organization’s global philanthropic strategy which includes all giving, supply chain initiatives, and employee engagement. Recently recognized by Utah Business as one of 30 Women to Watch for her leadership in business and the community, Lindsey serves on the Utah Lieutenant Governor’s Commission on Community Engagement and is active on several nonprofit boards. Lindsey formerly directed global grant making, strategic planning, and large-scale employee engagement programs for a portfolio of seven corporations, including: Oracle, Juniper Networks and Singularity University at Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF). She also led the organization’s work on human trafficking and wrote a grant-funded white paper on human trafficking in Silicon Valley that earned her the Leigh Stillwell Award for Excellence. SVCF is a comprehensive center for philanthropy, serving both individual and corporate donors. With over $7.3 billion in assets under management and over $823 million granted in 2015 alone, SVCF is the largest community foundation in the world. Lindsey also has extensive experience in international development and nonprofit management, having spent a number of years working in East Africa to develop and implement a primary school literacy model with Nuru International as their Senior Education Program Director. Before Nuru, Lindsey served as the Global Grants Manager for the Salesforce Foundation where she oversaw the strategy, programming and success of multi-million dollar granting initiatives for four years. She has been active in international and domestic poverty alleviation initiatives for 15 years.