Peter joined Wells Fargo in 2001 after 10 years in software startups. As manager of Team Member Philanthropy, he runs the nation’s largest workplace giving campaign (ranked #1 seven years in a row by United Way Worldwide), multiple volunteer programs under the Wells Fargo Volunteers brand, and employee hardship and scholarship funds. He currently chairs United Way Worldwide’s Global Corporate
Leadership Council. A native of Connecticut, he has a degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley. In his career, he’s worked on the B-2 stealth bomber, the first-ever smart phones, and the first PDAs.
Twitter handle (individual): @dudleypj
Twitter handle (Company):@wellsfargo
LinkedIn profile link: www.linkedin.com/in/peterdudley
Posted: Feb 24, 2016 – 06:00 AM EST
Not only did I fail to kill our workplace giving campaign’s online auction last year, this year my team is working harder than ever to improve it. I’m still not sure where I went wrong.
Posted: Feb 06, 2015 – 11:26 AM EST
While every action, no matter how small, can make a huge difference, the most important benefits of a strong employee volunteer program exist on a much deeper level than the bottom line. They’re under the surface.