Stephen Greenhalgh is a seasoned consultant who work has spanned the nonprofit and corporate sectors for nearly two decades. For the length of his career he has focused on corporate social responsibility and employee engagement strategies and initiatives. Areas of experience include corporate – nonprofit partnerships, employee engagement programs, program assessment, benchmarking, strategy development and implementation, marketing and communications and research.
His corporate and nonprofit consulting clients include Accenture, Allstate, American Express, America’s Charities, American Red Cross, Avery Dennison, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Community Health Charities, Feeding America, Shatterproof, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Uponor. He serves as a Senior Advisor to America’s Charities and Community Health Charities.
Steve also serves as Managing Director, CSR Strategy with Good Done Great, a leading CSR employee engagement technology partner. In this role he assists companies assess and align their CSR strategies.
During his career he has become a leading researcher and specialist on trends and best practices in employee engagement programs. Since 2000 he has conducted and authored more than five original research reports on this topic. He is a frequent speaker on industry trends and best practices.
Steve’s career spans several leadership positions with leading nonprofit and for profit organizations. He served as Director of Program Analytics and Research at the JK Group In this position, he was responsible for benchmarking of employee engagement programs, identifying trends and best practices and helping the JK Group lead the industry in effective philanthropic programs. He began his career working for United Way having spent 12 years at both the local and national level. He served as Vice President of Corporate Relations for United Way of America. In that capacity, he worked with more than 400 national corporations to develop and implement their national employee solicitation programs.
Steve holds a BA in Communications and Public Relations from Brigham Young University. He lives with his wife and three daughters in Centreville, Virginia.