Meet the Funder: U.S. Bank
Join OneOC and the US Bank for an in-depth and intimate discussion to better understand foundations as a valuable resource. We will discuss what is (and isn’t) fundable, the application process, and the awarding and administration of grant monies.
Take advantage of this exclusive opportunity to meet-and-greet with a program representative and learn about the funding guidelines.
Click here for more information on the US Bank Charitable Giving program
About the Presenters:
Market President Orange County
Hensley is Market President of Orange County, CA for U.S. Bank. He began his career with US Bank in June of 2007 after working in a similar role in other financial institutions and has been in banking 38 years. He held various positions early on in the retail side of the bank which culminated in leading the Consumer Lending Group for a large super regional bank in Louisville, KY. In January 1998, Hensley moved to the commercial side of the bank as a relationship manager. He is the Orange County Market President and leads the Commercial Bank for Orange County. Hensley serves on the board of the Orange County Business Council, the Dean’s advisory board for the California State University, Fullerton’s Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, and California State University, Fullerton’s Board of Governors Philanthropic Foundation, the President’s advisory board for CSUF, Segerstrom Center for the Arts and John Wayne Air Service Task Force.
Community Relations Manager – West Region
Foundation & Community Relations
As the West Region Community Relations Manager at U.S. Bank, Jill McCullough specializes in corporate philanthropy and employee community involvement. She directly manages the southern California market and serves as an advisor for northern California, Arizona and Nevada. Jill leads the strategy and execution of community grants and volunteerism while building strategic relationships with community organizations that complement U.S. Bank’s Community Possible efforts. Jill is a member of the board of directors for Century Center for Economic Opportunity YouthBuild and LINC Housing. She serves on the Executive Council for City Scholars Foundation, the Los Angeles Local Advisory Committee for Enterprise Community Partners as well as the Board of Trustees for the Aquarium of the Pacific. Jill also serves as the Community Involvement Coordinator and past President of U.S. Bank’s Employee Development Network Los Angeles Chapter.
Rockette Richardson Ewell
Vice President, Community Development Manager
Rockette Richardson Ewell is Vice President, Community Development Manager for U.S. Bank’s Southern California region, which includes San Diego, Orange County and the Inland Empire. In this role, she oversees the bank’s community reinvestment efforts and related grant making. A 2015 graduate of Lead San Diego’s IMPACT program, Ewell currently serves on the boards of the Boys and Girls Clubs of San Diego, NeighborWorks Orange County and the San Diego Museum of Man, where she is a member of the executive committee. She also serves on the corporate advisory boards of the Asian Business Association of Orange County and COR Community Development Corporation, a faith-based nonprofit headquartered in Irvine. In addition, she is a member of San Diego Community College District’s San Diego Promise Development Committee and serves as U.S. Bank’s representative on the San Diego City-County Reinvestment Task Force and the Inland Empire’s Funders Alliance.
Special Announcement: U.S. Bank is underwriting the cost of attendance to this event.
Limited Spaces Available
Member Price: Free
Non-Member Price: Free
9/24/2018 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Timezone: Pacific Standard Time
Location: OneOC Training Room : 1901 E. 4th St. Suite 100, Santa Ana, CA, 92705, USA
Maximun Seats: 50
Available Seats: 5
If you have any questions please email [email protected] or call 714-597-8956.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds will be allowed up to 48 hours in advance. No refunds will be given for late cancellations or no-shows for any course. No-shows will be invoiced for the full registration fee.