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Frontrunners in Remote Volunteering

Generus was founded by Jamie Larsen in 2018. At first, Generus’s goal was to connect small and midsize companies with exciting volunteer opportunities that were usually limited to bigger businesses. Quickly, we realized that an easy way to save these companies time and money was by conducting virtual volunteer events. And when COVID-19 caused most companies to switch online, we were already well-established in the world of remote volunteering. Through our passion, knowledge, and connections, we soon became a leader in the field of virtual giving. Today, we continue to offer customized programs and packages that help connect teams, support charities, and promote company culture.

Remote employee engagement programs

From Start to Finish

We Deliver Personalized Volunteer Experiences

Generus’s mission is threefold: give back to charities, encourage employee engagement, and create unforgettable experiences. Our activities are scientifically designed to help employees feel good about themselves and their team, and each of our projects is customized to fit your employees’ interests and passions. When employees are given the opportunity to work on projects that matter to them, those employees feel valued, and their team grows stronger. And because Generus coordinates your event from beginning to end, you won’t have to worry about scheduling or technology issues. The “us” in Generus is there for a reason, and through our connections, expertise, and commitment, the “us” in your business will be fully realized.

Our Focus Areas are:

  • DEI Support
  • Health
  • Women & Children
  • Global & Animals

We’re Not Just a Company

We’re a Team

Generus prides itself on employee engagement and satisfaction, so it’s little surprise that our own employees are dedicated to volunteering and teamwork. Together, we have over 40 years of experience in Corporate Volunteering, Public Relations, Corporate Communications, and Corporate Social Responsibly. Additionally, we each support several causes, and we devote our personal and professional time to advocating for our charities. From prison reform to helping the homeless, read more about what matters to us.

Jamie Larsen

CEO & Founder

Jamie is devoted to combatting poverty, especially for women and children. She’s also passionate about ending the loneliness epidemic, and it is her hope that Generus can help employees form deeper friendships at work and give back together in more purposeful ways.

Bryan Saxon

Director of Operations

As an avid cyclist, Bryan supports the mission of the World Bicycle Relief to help people conquer the challenge of distance, achieve independence, and thrive through access to bicycles. Since moving to New York City, he has also supported the Coalition for the Homeless in providing for his neighbors in need.

Jamie Larsen

CEO & Founder

Jamie is devoted to combatting poverty, especially for women and children. She’s also passionate about ending the loneliness epidemic, and it is her hope that Generus can help employees form deeper friendships at work and give back together in more purposeful ways.

Bryan Saxon

Director of Operations

As an avid cyclist, Bryan supports the mission of the World Bicycle Relief to help people conquer the challenge of distance, achieve independence, and thrive through access to bicycles. Since moving to New York City, he has also supported the Coalition for the Homeless in providing for his neighbors in need.

Frank Tino

Frank Tino

(Fractional) CTO

Frank is a talent developer, growth accelerator, and builder of operational excellence. Former CTO of Intuit and Quickbase (which recently sold for $1B) he is skilled in executive coaching, technical advising, and IT assessments. He also helps companies focus on double bottom line and social impact, all while ensuring a growth-centric mindset. Frank also has extensive experience in the Game Show industry which is uniquely an essential asset to the Generus software development team.

Josh Sabey

Video Editor

Josh is dedicated to decreasing political polarization and building mental wellness in families and communities.

Penelope Sandoval-Pitts

Graphic Designer

After her grandfather died of heart disease, Penny worked for the American Heart Association for nearly a decade. She is a strong advocate for the education and prevention of heart disease, strokes, and related ailments.

Diane Sampson

Specialty Charity Organizer

Through her work with the Gantry Group, Diane strives to make education affordable and accessible.





Josh Sabey

Video Editor

Josh is dedicated to decreasing political polarization and building mental wellness in families and communities.

Marisa Manuel

Content Manager

Marisa supports multiple social justice causes, including Black Lives Matter and the Human Rights Campaign. She is also concerned with the environment and animal welfare, which has led her to foster multiple dogs and cats, take up composting, and commit to a plant-based lifestyle.

Penelope Sandoval-Pitts

Graphic Designer

After her grandfather died of heart disease, Penny worked for the American Heart Association for nearly a decade. She is a strong advocate for the education and prevention of heart disease, strokes, and related ailments.

Diane Sampson

Specialty Charity Organizer

Through her work with the Gantry Group, Diane strives to make education affordable and accessible.





Advisors

Kevin Rollins

Kevin Rollins

Advisor

Former President and CEO of Dell Inc., Kevin Rollins was instrumental in revitalizing staff training, improving customer service, and increasing sales by $14.2 billion. In 2006, he was recognized as CBR’s 9th Most Influential person in the Enterprise IT sector. He is also an advisor on the U.S. Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiation and a member of the Computer Systems Policy Project and the U.S. Business Council.

Jane Clayson

Jane Clayson

Advisor

Former reporter for CBS news, Jane Clayson is an award-winning journalist who covers both international and domestic stories. She was co-host with Bryant Gumbel on The Early Show, and she has served as a correspondent for Good Morning America, World News Tonight, NPR’s On Point, and various other news programs.

Sara Sievers

Sara Sievers

Advisor

Sara Sievers has extensive experience in international advocacy, policy, and governance issues. She previously served in the U.S. Foreign Service and worked as an advisor for the United Nations Sustainable and Millennium Development Goals. She is the founding executive director of Harvard University’s Center for Global Development and the Earth Institute’s Center for Sustainable Development.

Joel Collins

Joel Collins

Advisor

Joel Collins has over 20 years of experience as an executive in engineering, product, and IT. He specializes in product/engineering assessments, executive coaching, technical advising, and technical due diligence. Previously, he served as General Counsel for Sonus, Inservio and Quickbase.

Cait Brummer

Cait Brummer

Advisor

Cait Brummer is committed to working with values-driven teams to tackle major challenges through entrepreneurship and investment. While working as Senior Vice President at MassChallenge, Cait supported over 200 startups and 50 corporate and industry leaders annually. Her specialties include ESG, PRIs, non-profit fundraising, and social impact.

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