NEW YORK – Project Sunshine is pleased to announce that Stephanie Glenn, Vice President of Commercial Sales at Salesforce, has joined its Board of Directors.
Stephanie Glenn is passionate about helping companies transform and grow their businesses through the use of technology. She currently leads the East Coast small business sales teams across industries including high tech, media, and professional services. Prior to her 6.5 years at Salesforce, Stephanie spent 10 years at IBM in various sales leadership roles. Stephanie holds an MBA in Finance and Strategy from the NYU Stern School of Business and a BA in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis. Stephanie leads Salesforce’s female leadership group in New York City, and while outside of work, Stephanie loves to spend time with her husband and 3 sons and is an avid skier. She has been actively engaged with Project Sunshine as a volunteer for the past 6 years.
“We are thrilled that Stephanie has joined the Project Sunshine board,” says Joseph Weilgus, Founder of Project Sunshine and Board Chairman. “In addition to her familiarity with and dedication to Project Sunshine as a committed volunteer, she brings a wealth of experience in marketing, sales, leadership, and organizational growth – and represents an exciting growing faction of women leaders in the tech field. We look forward to partnering with her to support Project Sunshine’s next cycle of growth.”
About Project Sunshine
Project Sunshine is a New York City headquartered nonprofit organization that empowers a dedicated corps of over 18,000 volunteers to bring programming – creative, educational, and recreational – to over 150,000 children facing medical challenges and their families in 175 cities across the United States and in three international locations: Canada, Israel, and Kenya.
Project Sunshine partners with medical centers to meet the non-medical, social-emotional needs of children dealing with illnesses. The organization promotes key elements of childhood like play, learning, and socialization, restoring a crucial sense of normalcy for pediatric patients and their families. The programs, delivered by trained volunteers, spark creativity, promote self-esteem, and provide a needed distraction. Most of all, they let young patients act and feel like kids during emotionally and physically challenging times. More information about Project Sunshine is available at www.projectsunshine.org.