Having worked as a consultant for two decades, Bill appreciates that CCT provides a chance to leverage that experience to help non-profits.
CCT role: Project Manager
Volunteer since: I first worked with CCT in 2003. Work and life events have led to a couple of brief hiatus periods but it’s been 15 years since I first worked with CCT.
MBA: Yale SOM
How did you discover CCT?
There was outreach to local Yale alumni and it sounded like a great organization.
Describe your CCT experience:
I have found CCT to be a tremendously rewarding experience on so many levels. First and foremost, it’s always so rewarding to have an opportunity to help so many organizations that are dedicated to great causes. But it’s also always great to meet like-minded professionals in the area that are also drawn to helping these non-profits. I’ve met so many people with varied backgrounds that I would not have had a chance to get to know otherwise.
What value do you derive from CCT which you don’t get from other activities?
I’ve been a consultant for two decades and working with CCT provides me a chance to leverage that experience to help non-profits. But CCT also pushes my skill set in directions that I don’t typically get to do with my normal work. But most importantly, as I’m sure is the case with most CCT volunteers, the satisfaction of helping these important organizations is something that’s hard to find elsewhere.
What don’t we know about you?
I love to spend time in Vermont skiing with my wife and two sons while always finding time to root on the Patriots.