Morning Assembly: A Speaker Series Featuring Kristina Cook of Microsoft
Morning Assembly is a quarterly speaker series curated by the HIHO Education Dept. that focuses on volunteerism and nonprofits. Morning Assembly’s are quick 30 minute talks followed by a 30 minute discussion period.
This quarter’s speaker is Kristina Cook of Microsoft. We will be discussing with Kristina how volunteerism is integrated into Microsoft’s culture of giving and pondering what responsible corporate giving could look like. The Microsoft Store partners with multiple nonprofits in Hawaiʻi and has a program that empowers employees to be both volunteers and donors. Join us for a fun morning discussion and learn more about how you can work with corporate volunteers and the Microsoft Store.
About the speaker:
Kristina Cook is the current Community Development Specialist at Microsoft Ala Moana Center. She began her working career while she was a student in high school, her experience began with two customer service positions. For the past 18 years, she has held various positions with technology companies. In her current position, it is a company and personal priority to create and maintain a culture of year-round giving. Her recent volunteer work includes serving as a member of the Board of Trustees and as Treasurer of the Parent Teacher Organization at her children’s school.
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