Commissioner at US/UK Fulbright Commission Drake Dubin announced as the new Business in the Community Chief Operating Officer

Business in the Community, The Prince’s Responsible Business Network, has announced that it has appointed Drake Dubin, Commissioner at the US/UK Fulbright Commission, as its new Chief Operating Officer.
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Drake joins Business in the Community’s management group, working on the development and implementation of the charity’s strategic objectives.​In his role as Commissioner at the US/UK Fulbright Commission and as a Trustee for Georgetown University in the U.K. he has been instrumental in the establishment of charitable vehicles to facilitate fundraising with their respective donor communities.
 
Amanda Mackenzie OBE, Chief Executive of Business in the Community said: “We want Business in the Community to be an irresistible organisation with remarkable people. We couldn’t be more delighted that Drake is joining us and, if his references are anything to go by, he is definitely remarkable. He has demonstrated his commitment to philanthropic endeavours in access to higher education at every stage of his career. As Chief Operating Officer, Drake will help us put BITC at the heart of responsible business.”
 
Drake Dubin said: “I am delighted to be joining Business in the Community at such a pivotal time for business, for the UK and for the societies that we work and live in. I’m excited to share my own experiences and to learn from others within the BITC network, so that together we can ensure responsible business is at the heart of our communities.”
 
Drake formally starts his role at Business in the Community today, Monday 25th February.
 
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Media contact
Cath Beveridge, Media and External Relations Manager, Business in the Community, 07776 181 945, cathy.beveridge@bitc.org.uk
 
About Business in the Community
Business in the Community, part of the Prince’s Responsible Business Network, is a business-led membership organisation made up of progressive businesses of all sizes who understand that the prosperity of business and society are mutually dependent. We exist to build healthy communities with successful businesses at their heart.
 
We use our Responsible Business Map to guide members on a journey of continuous improvement, working across the whole responsible business agenda. From community engagement to employment, diversity and the circular economy, we offer expert advice and specialist resources, driving best practice by convening, sharing learning and recognising great performance across our influential network. www.bitc.org.uk