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Mandy Ryan

Mandy Ryan is a Managing Director in Changing Our World’s Corporate Social Engagement practice and brings more than a decade of experience in the corporate citizenship space to her role. With a passion for helping companies find and leverage their unique opportunities to “do well by doing good,” Mandy specializes in the design, implementation and evaluation of strategic programs that drive business and societal impact. Mandy has extensive experience in corporate citizenship strategy and program design, partnership facilitation, grantmaking, cause marketing and employee engagement. She also leads Changing Our World’s work around corporate responsibility strategy and materiality mapping, and has completed a GRI Standards Certified Training Online Course.  Her work spans an array of industries with clients including Altria, Amgen, AXIS Capital, ConAgra Foods, Leprino Foods Company, Medtronic Foundation, Philips, TD Ameritrade, Union Pacific Railroad, US Bank and Walmart. As a leader of the firm’s corporate practice, Mandy also has responsibility for business development, talent development, marketing and thought leadership.

Prior to joining Changing Our World, Mandy worked as a corporate partnerships manager at the Food Bank for New York City and at CancerCare, a national social services organization. Mandy worked with the organizations’ corporate supporters to build lasting and mutually beneficial partnerships through cause marketing, philanthropy, employee engagement, sponsorship and in-kind support. Mandy leverages this experience, as well as her perspective as a consultant to companies, to develop tailored corporate engagement strategies for Changing Our World’s nonprofit clients. In this capacity, Mandy has worked with clients such as the Greater Boston Food Bank, Massachusetts General Hospital and One Drop Foundation, to develop effective corporate outreach and stewardship strategies.

Mandy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in integrated marketing communications from Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications.