Brandi Yee

last updated 12/7/2017

Brandi N. Yee

Recruiter at User Technology Associates Inc

Location:
950 North Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia, United States
HQ Phone:
(703) 522-1711

General Information

Education

B.A. - Rhetoric & Communication and Sociology-Organizational Studies , University of California , Davis

M.S. - Organizational Learning , George Mason University

Affiliations

Founding Board Member - Girls Inc.

Career Consultant - George Mason University

Member of the Diaconate - Grace Presbyterian Church-DC

Chief Program Officer - ACT

Member - Diaconate

Recent News  

ACT Board & Staff | ACT for Alexandria

Brandi N. Yee, Chief Program Officer
As the chief program officer, Brandi Yee oversees ACT's philanthropic and community investment initiatives including the Capacity Building Grants Program, IMPACT: Innovation + Philanthropy, LEAD, and Spring2ACTion. She is passionate about strengthening the nonprofit sector and advising donors on strategic and effective philanthropic giving and engaging them in the work of local nonprofits. Prior to ACT, she worked with Workforce Organizations for Regional Collaboration (WORC) and Goodwill of Greater Washington, opening the Arlington Career Campus of Goodwill that offered bank skills and hospitality skills job training programs, English classes and GED courses on-site. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Brandi worked with undergraduate students as a career consultant at the George Mason University School of Management and as a recruiter with User Technology Associates, Inc., a government contractor. Brandi has an M.S. in Organizational Learning from George Mason University and a B.A. in Rhetoric & Communication and Sociology-Organizational Studies from the University of California, Davis. Brandi is a member of the Diaconate of Grace Presbyterian Church-DC, serves on the Advisory Council of Food for Life, and is a founding board member of Girls on the Run - DC. Pamela's hope is that this position with ACT will allow her to continue to focus her efforts and energy on behalf of Alexandria nonprofits while supporting John, Brandi, Betsy and the Board.

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ACT Board & Staff | ACT for Alexandria

Brandi N. Yee, Chief Program Officer
As the chief program officer, Brandi Yee oversees ACT's philanthropic and community investment initiatives including the Capacity Building Grants Program, IMPACT: Innovation + Philanthropy, LEAD, and Spring2ACTion. She is passionate about strengthening the nonprofit sector and advising donors on strategic and effective philanthropic giving and engaging them in the work of local nonprofits. Prior to ACT, she worked with Workforce Organizations for Regional Collaboration (WORC) and Goodwill of Greater Washington, opening the Arlington Career Campus of Goodwill that offered bank skills and hospitality skills job training programs, English classes and GED courses on-site. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Brandi worked with undergraduate students as a career consultant at the George Mason University School of Management and as a recruiter with User Technology Associates, Inc., a government contractor. Brandi has an M.S. in Organizational Learning from George Mason University and a B.A. in Rhetoric & Communication and Sociology-Organizational Studies from the University of California, Davis. Brandi is a member of the Diaconate of Grace Presbyterian Church-DC, serves on the Advisory Council of Food for Life, and is a founding board member of Girls on the Run - DC.

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ACT Board & Staff | ACT for Alexandria

Brandi N. Yee, Chief Program Officer
As the chief program officer, Brandi Yee oversees ACT's philanthropic and community investment initiatives including the Capacity Building Grants Program, IMPACT: Innovation + Philanthropy, LEAD, and Spring2ACTion. She is passionate about strengthening the nonprofit sector and advising donors on strategic and effective philanthropic giving and engaging them in the work of local nonprofits. Prior to ACT, she worked with Workforce Organizations for Regional Collaboration (WORC) and Goodwill of Greater Washington, opening the Arlington Career Campus of Goodwill that offered bank skills and hospitality skills job training programs, English classes and GED courses on-site. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Brandi worked with undergraduate students as a career consultant at the George Mason University School of Management and as a recruiter with User Technology Associates, Inc., a government contractor. Brandi has an M.S. in Organizational Learning from George Mason University and a B.A. in Rhetoric & Communication and Sociology-Organizational Studies from the University of California, Davis. Brandi is a member of the Diaconate of Grace Presbyterian Church-DC, serves on the Advisory Council of Food for Life, and is a founding board member of Girls on the Run - DC. Pamela's hope is that this new position with ACT will allow her to continue to focus her efforts and energy on behalf of Alexandria nonprofits while supporting John, Brandi and the Board.

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