Chief Operating Officer and Assistant Treasurer, Alcoa Foundation
Velma Monteiro-Tribble serves as the Chief Operating Officer and Assistant Treasurer at Alcoa Foundation.
executive position she
is responsible for carrying out the vision, mission, oversight and management of personnel and philanthropic giving in well over 33 countries.
The current assets of the Foundation are approximately $500 million.
In addition, she
is responsible for the overall management, for Alcoa, the company, of well over $3.7 million for Alcoa's Employee Engagement programs, Employee Matching Program, Sons and Daughters Scholarship Program, and sponsorships.
She most recently served over three years as the senior program officer responsible for the Foundation's global signature initiatives, U.S.-based and international philanthropic giving programs.
In this supervisory position, she
also was responsible for achieving the Foundation's grantmaking mission, objectives and sharing of best practices and measurement outcomes.
She also serves as the Secretary on Alcoa Foundation's board.
has more than 30 years of experience in grantmaking, leadership development and training, community development, community enterprise, evaluation, tests and measurements, with such organizations as the National Association for Community Leadership
, the U.S. Department of Education
, American College testing, Rhode Island College and Brown University
She also served as an administrator in the U.S. Peace Corps in Asia.
She holds a bachelor's degree from Stillman College, a master's degree in Public Administration from the University of Rhode Island, and a nonprofit management certificate from Case Western Reserve.
has received numerous awards for her
work, including the Urban Bankers Leadership Award and the National Woman of Achievement Award from the National Business and Professional Women Association
has written many articles and booklets on the topics of leadership, community leaderships, grassroots leadership, diversity in leadership, diversity in the workplace, and many more.
She chairs the Advisory Board for the Morehouse College International Leadership Center.
She also serves on numerous local, national, and international boards.