Curt Weeden is the founder and co-director of New Strategies within Business for Impact. He is a management consultant, author, and speaker who is nationally recognized for his work in the philanthropy and social responsibility fields. Also, Weeden is president of Business & Nonprofit Strategies, Inc., a consulting group providing management guidance to several of the nation’s largest corporations and nonprofit organizations.
Weeden launched the New Strategies initiative in 2011, and the program moved to Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in 2015. Prior to the New Strategies start-up, Weeden founded and served as chief executive of the Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals (ACCP), the national trade group representing corporate contributions, community relations, and employee volunteer managers from more than 130 companies.
Weeden served as vice president for Johnson & Johnson (J&J) and managed the corporation’s expansive cash and product contributions program. Before joining J&J, he led a consulting firm that provided external relations and merger and acquisition services to Bank of America, General Motors, Merck, Xerox, and numerous other firms.
Weeden has been a guest lecturer and instructor at several universities including Duke University, Rutgers University, Penn State University, and University of California, Los Angeles. He writes extensively about corporate philanthropy with articles and features appearing in BusinessWeek, USA Today, Miami Herald, San Francisco Examiner, and Los Angeles Times. He is the author of five books, including two novels.
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