Former Senior Research Associate Global Corporate Citizenship
Carolyn Cavicchio was a senior research associate for global corporate citizenship for The Conference Board Center for Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability. With 20 years of experience in the field, Carolyn is a national expert in corporate community involvement and philanthropic programs, as well as a strategic planner, facilitator, analyst, and program developer. She previously founded and led the philanthropy division at Changing Our World, where she consulted to Fortune 500 companies and private foundations. Carolyn helped launch Changing Our World's global online resource, onPhilanthropy.com, and has coauthored several publications dealing with philanthropy and public-private partnerships.
Prior to working at Changing Our World, Carolyn spent 13 years as a consultant at the TCC Group (formerly known as The Conservation Company) and worked with nonprofit organizations and private, corporate, and family foundations. She was also Deputy Director of the Twin Towers Fund—the charity established by Mayor Giuliani to serve the families of the rescue workers killed in the attacks of 9/11. She is an adjunct professor at the Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising at NYU and a frequent speaker at national conferences in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors.
Carolyn received a Master of Government Administration degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Temple University. She is a member of the Board of Directors of America’s Camp, a week-long summer camp for children who lost a parent on September 11, 2001, as well as a member of the Advisory Board of Can We Talk? New Mexico, a youth safety initiative.
Publications by Carolyn CavicchioExecutive Action Report
Is the Pressure Easing? The 2010 Philanthropy Agenda
30 March, 2010
Action Plans for Dealing With a Global Pandemic
01 May, 2009