IWF Georgia International Women's Day Speakers:
WELCOME REMARKS BY:
Belinda Stubblefield, President of IWF Georgia, Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships, Year Up
Belinda Stubblefield joined Year Up, a national non-profit serving urban young adults, in July 2013 as Executive Director of the Atlanta site. In 2015, she was promoted to National Site Director and added the role of Chief Diversity Officer to her responsibilities in 2016. Earlier this year she was named Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships, responsible for cultivating long-term strategic partnerships that drive support for the Year Up Mission.
Prior to Year Up, Stubblefield was an entrepreneur and partnered with Paradies to operate retail stores in Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. She also owned and managed WineStyles Cascade, a retail wine store in Southwest Atlanta.
Before becoming an entrepreneur, Stubblefield was an officer at Delta Air Lines. At Delta, she held leadership roles in Marketing, Sales, Customer Service and Global Diversity. Marketing and Sales were the foundation of her career, starting at IBM and continuing on to Procter & Gamble and Nestlé.
Stubblefield serves as President of International Women’s Forum - Georgia. Previously, she served as Vice President of International Women’s Forum – Georgia, Board Chair for CredAbility and Vice Chair of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. She has also served on the Boards of Leadership Atlanta, The Herndon Foundation and the Piedmont Park Conservancy. She was named “Woman of the Year” by the Atlanta Business League and “Executive of the Year” by the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council. She was also a foster mom to 3- and 5-year old siblings.
Stubblefield holds a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics Applied Science from UCLA and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
STATUS OF WOMEN UPDATE:
Michelle Nunn, President and CEO, CARE USA
Since July 2015, Michelle Nunn has been president and CEO of CARE USA, a leading humanitarian organization that fights global poverty and provides lifesaving assistance in emergencies. Last year, CARE worked in 93 countries and directly reached 63 million people in FY2017.
Nunn took the helm of CARE in 2015 and has spearheaded an ambitious strategy to reach 200 million of the world’s most vulnerable people by 2020. Under Nunn’s leadership, CARE has invested in innovative new programs and partnerships with private corporations and other nonprofits to increase its impact. Since assuming leadership of CARE, Nunn has set a goal of increasing CARE’s micro-savings program from 7 million participants to 60 million participants by 2028.
Before joining CARE, Nunn had built an illustrious career of civic and public service as a social entrepreneur, a nonprofit CEO, and a candidate for the U.S. Senate. She co-founded the volunteer-mobilization organization Hands On Atlanta, and expanded it from a single entity to a national network of more than 50 affiliates. Nunn oversaw that group’s merger with Points of Light, creating the world’s largest organization dedicated to volunteer service, with affiliates across the globe engaging more than 70,000 corporations and nonprofit organizations. Nunn served as Points of Light CEO from 2007 to 2013.
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Monday, March 8, 2021
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Jennifer Langley, IWF Georgia Forum Manager, email@example.com, 404-314-3941