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Evan Hochberg

Deloitte, National Director of Community Involvement

July 20, 2010
Evan Hochberg is the National Director of Community Involvement for Deloitte Services LP where he oversees Deloitte's national community involvement initiative, providing strategic direction for philanthropy, volunteerism, pro–bono and workplace giving.
In this role, Evan has spearheaded a complete refocusing of Deloitte's community involvement approach which is centered on the contribution of the organization's intellectual capital to help strengthen the capacity of the nonprofit sector. As the latest step in this long–term process, Deloitte recently announced a three–year, $50 million commitment to the delivery of pro bono service to nonprofit organizations. Additionally, Evan developed Deloitte's Problem Solvers Fund, a national grant–making program that aligns the organization's philanthropic giving with skills–based volunteering. He also oversees IMPACT Day, Deloitte's national day of volunteerism.
Previously, Evan was the Managing Director of Community Wealth Ventures (CWV), a leading national consulting firm that works with major corporations and nonprofits on a range of strategic issues aimed at generating business value and social impact from community activities. His clients included cutting–edge socially responsible corporations such as Timberland, Ben & Jerry's, and Alcoa as well as leading nonprofits such as AARP, City Year, and the Case Foundation.
A frequent public speaker on philanthropic trends, Evan is a member of the board of the Taproot Foundation. Additionally, he serves on the Points of Light Institute's Corporate Volunteer Council, where he chairs the Council's Skills–Based Volunteering Committee. He co–chairs the Leadership Group of Pro Bono Action Tank, which was recently formed by the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation, and he is a member of the Conference Board's Corporate Contributions Council.
Evan received a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an M.A. in Management of Human Services from the Heller School at Brandeis University.