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The landscape of corporate social responsibility has evolved, leading to the creation of programs tailored to empower and uplift nonprofit organizations. By coming together, we can forge a future where nonprofits and corporations collaborate seamlessly, creating positive change across communities.
We hope you can join VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm and Covington Business Council on Tuesday, September 12th for a panel discussion on the importance and success of corporate partnerships. We will hear from Megan Jackson, Vice President of Development of Dragonfly, and Pam Green, President/CEO of Easterseals Redwood, who will share the changing dynamics of corporate partnerships as well as how your nonprofit can benefit from these programs.
Meet the Panelists
Vice President of Development, Dragonfly
With energy and passion for community and people, Megan Jackson does not know a stranger. Megan lives in Independence, Kentucky, with her husband, Brandon, and three daughters, Siena, McKenna, and Brooklyn. Graduating from Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Arts, she is a proud Hilltopper but enjoys wearing UK blue during college basketball season (which drives her husband crazy). Megan has been in the non-profit sector for most of her career and in Development (aka fundraising) for the last eight years holding leadership positions at Cincinnati Museum Center and Master Provisions. As of August, Megan is now part of the Dragonfly family serving as Vice President of Development at The Dragonfly Foundation where she manages and raises funds centered around major gifts, corporate support, planned giving, and capital campaign. She proudly serves on the Board of Directors for Covington Partners, where she has also been a mentor for eight years to a super cool high school junior, and the Greater Cincinnati Planned Giving Council. Megan is also a graduate of the NKY Chamber’s 2021 Leadership Northern Kentucky class and enjoys volunteering for various organizations around town. After hours, you will find Megan hanging with her family or at a networking event, if she is not at home doing laundry and drinking wine.
President/CEO Easterseals Redwood
Pam’s never-ending passion and energy for the people Easterseals Redwood serves makes her the perfect fit as its president and CEO. She joined Easterseals in 2003 after a dozen years at a Fortune 500 company, and was named president and CEO in 2011.
Pam’s dedication to Easterseals Redwood’s mission to advance 100% equity, access and inclusion for people with disabilities, veterans and people in our community who are economically disadvantaged in our community has led to significant growth during her tenure. Highlights including the opening of its Building Value social enterprise in 2004; its merger with Jewish Vocational Services and the launch of its military and veteran employment services in 2012; the conversion of its sheltered workshop serving people with disabilities to a kitting and logistics enterprise in 2017; and the combination with Redwood in 2022. Today, Easterseals Redwood is a $27 million agency, and its 400+ employees serve nearly 7,000 families in our region.
Pam is currently an appointed member of the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council; the Hamilton County Job and Family Service Human Services Planning Committee; and the Hamilton County Economic Inclusion Advisory Council. She is an alumnus of WE Lead, Class 1, LLeadership Cincinnati, Class 38 and has been recognized with the Jewish National Fund Tree of Life Award, and the University of Cincinnati TAP Champion of Inclusion award.
Outside of work Pam is a soccer enthusiast (ask her about watching Lionel Messi score a hat trick in Barcelona a few years back) and a bourbon lover—which is a requirement when you are raised in Bourbon County, Kentucky. She’s also passionate about finding a cure for type 1 diabetes since her daughter’s diagnosis at age 14.
Pam holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Transylvania University in Lexington. She and her husband live in Hyde Park and have two daughters.