Foster, Lorrie

Lorrie Foster directs and facilitates the Global Corporate Volunteer Council and Research Working Group on Disaster-Related Corporate Volunteering for the International Association for Volunteer Effort. She previously worked for the Conference Board, where she managed conferences, research working groups, and then councils. Ms. Foster also led The World Trade Institute formerly located in the World Trade Center in New York. She began her career at AT&T International where she was part of the task force that developed the company’s first global strategic plan. Lorrie Foster earned a MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School and an A.B. in Diplomacy and World Affairs from Occidental College.

Posts by Foster, Lorrie

  • Corporate Volunteers Respond to the Refugee Challenge (10.04.16 )

    By Lorrie Foster, Director, Global Corporate Volunteer Council, International Association for Volunteer Effort Over one million migrants and refugees left their homes for Europe last year and hundreds of thousands more poured in this year, creating the worst migration crisis since World War II. Many of the refugees are fleeing the brutal civil war in […]

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