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Ideagen Ideas Leader - Interview with Steve Delfin -CEO America's Charities

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Steve Delfin is President and Chief Executive Officer of America’s Charities.  He was a long-time volunteer member of the America’s Charities board and was the organization’s chairman. Delfin joined the organization after serving as Executive Director of the National Credit Union Foundation (NCUF) where he was responsible for providing leadership and strategy for America’s credit unions and their related foundations, philanthropic, and social responsibility initiatives.

He has 30 years of experience working in and with major national and international not-for-profit organizations and socially-responsible international corporations, including a long history of engagement with and leadership around workplace giving and employee volunteerism programs. 

It was while at Booz Allen and while serving on the America’s Charities board that Delfin worked with America’s Charities leadership and a Booz Allen technology team to conceive and create the first iteration of PledgeFirst, now the standard among national charitable federations for workplace giving. 

A highly respected leader in the both the not-for-profit and business communities, Delfin has delivered hundreds of speeches, seminars and workshops on a range of topics. In addition to his long volunteer service with America’s Charities, Delfin has also recently served as volunteer chairman of the board of trustees of the ePhilanthropy Foundation, as a board member of the National Cooperative Development Foundation, and continues as an uncompensated member of the advisory board of cMarket, a leading internet fundraising firm.

Delfin is a native Washingtonian and the son of a government executive. He holds a B.S. degree in journalism from the University of Maryland.

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