Ginger Zielinskie Named a 2017 American Express NGen Leadership Award Finalist
Philadelphia, June 30, 2017 – Benefits Data Trust (BDT) is proud to announce that its President & CEO, Ginger Zielinskie, has been selected as a finalist for the 2017 American Express NGen Leadership Award!
The award is presented annually to one highly accomplished charitable community leader, who has demonstrated significant impact in addressing society’s critical needs.
Ginger leads a diverse and dedicated team committed to transforming how people in need access public benefits and services. She works with states, cities, the private sector, and community based organizations to understand the true outcomes achieved when people are able to meet their basic needs.
Ginger is proud to lead an organization that provides a space where people want to work, empowers individuals and teams, and remains fiercely committed to solving tough problems.
Congratulations to all of the finalists:
- Sarah Eagle Heart, CEO of Native Americans in Philanthropy
- Blair Glencorse, Executive Director of Accountability Lab
- Cesar Gonzalez, CEO of StartingBloc
- Laura Weidman Powers, Co-founder and CEO of Code2040
Join IS on July 14, from 2 to 3 p.m. (EST) for a Twitter Town Hall
to get to know Ginger and all of the NGen Leadership finalists. Send your questions to @BeneDataTrust and @indsector, and tag #ngenleads!
About Benefits Data Trust
Benefits Data Trust is a not-for-profit social change organization committed to transforming how individuals in need access public benefits and services. Benefits Data Trust envisions a health and human services system that proactively connects individuals and families to all the supports they need to reach economic stability. When services are well coordinated across sectors people are healthier and more economically secure; the system is more efficient and cost-effective; and our communities are stronger. Since its inception in 2005, BDT has helped more than 650,000 individuals enroll into critical benefits and services across the nation, resulting in the infusion of $7 billion in benefits into low‐income households and communities.