In episode 68, Coffey talks with Shannon Duvall about the performance and cultural benefits of encouraging employees to pursue their philanthropic passions.
They discuss employee’s increasing interest in giving back to the community; aligning philanthropic activities to the organization’s culture; different strategies to measure employee engagement and participation; how to respond and navigate around social justice movements; and how younger generations are searching for work opportunities that allow them to be more involved in their communities.
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Shannon has over 15 years of experience managing and scaling HR operations, with a focus on developing the long-term strategic vision of CTM’s culture and employee experience.
Under her tenure, the company has consecutively been named to Inc.’s Best Places to Work, as well as Best Place to Work by Baltimore Business Journal. She holds a MS in Human Resources Management.
Shannon Duvall can be reached at