Join us for our first virtual CEO Series event featuring Dr. Darienne Driver Hudson, United Way for Southeastern Michigan President and CEO.
The event presentation will focus on the evolution of recent changes to local philanthropic work caused by COVID-19. Event will also feature a Q&A segment.
Presentation Topics Include:
- How Dr. Darienne Hudson got started in her career and how it lead to her current role as President and CEO of United Way of Southeast Michigan
- How United Way helped the community and organizations overcome obstacles from Covid19
- The types of programming United Ways helps to fund and how you can get involved
- A partnership with Oakland County and how United Way worked with the county to distribute grant funding to local nonprofits
Dr. Darienne Driver Hudson
President and CEO,
United Way for Southeastern Michigan
Dr. Darienne Hudson is a high-energy, dynamic nonprofit executive and life-long educator serving as President and CEO of United Way for Southeastern Michigan, located in Detroit. Before joining United Way in July 2018, she spent the previous four years as superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS), the largest school district in Wisconsin. Throughout her career, Dr. Hudson has initiated a series of bold reforms designed to ensure equity for all. Most recently, her ability to mobilize corporations, foundations, and individual donors to orchestrate a coordinated community-based effort in response to the coronavirus pandemic has garnered international praise and recognition.