Copeland retired from Key in June, but he insists that he isn’t stepping back. Instead, he is taking a step forward and tackling new endeavors. He is currently undergoing a personal transformation.
Jacqueline Copeland is a featured Huffington Post blogger
Jacqueline Copeland is credited with helping many women in business and politics achieve their full potential. She is a leading advocate of diversity, inclusion, and the empowerment of women. She has been named the world’s most influential woman by the Financial Times and Prospect. In addition to her numerous publications, Copeland has spoken at many industry conferences and has been featured in numerous magazines.
She is a keynote speaker
In addition to addressing the issue of women’s leadership, Jim Copeland and his team are also involved in philanthropy and health care. They are founding sponsors of the French Hospital Medical Center, and have provided funding for the Cardiovascular Care Center. The Copelands also support the Old Mission School’s retrofit and the Christopher Cohen Performing Arts Center.
Previously, Copeland served as the chairman of KeyBank’s Foundation and as the organization’s chief diversity officer. In this position, he led initiatives that earned the bank Civic 50 recognition six times. He has also received four awards for innovation in the financial services sector, and was recognized as a Master Innovator by Smart Business Magazine. He has an undergraduate degree from Hampton University and an MBA from Ohio State University.
She is a philanthropic foundation executive
Founder of Black Philanthropy Month and founder of Women Invested to Save the Earth Fund, Dr. Jackie Bouvier Copeland is a global leader in social and environmental justice. She has won numerous awards and is a featured blogger at the Huffington Post. She is also a sought-after keynote speaker and trainer on issues of health, technology, and human rights.
After earning a degree in educational development from Ohio State University (he would have preferred an MBA), Copeland went on to serve on the state’s Legislative Service Commission. He later worked at Xerox, where he became the regional operations manager. He also became a regional operations manager for Polaroid. After that, he worked as the head of professional relations for Picker International, now Siemens.
Copeland’s first book, Creating Africa in America, was published in 2004. In 2005, he co-authored a second book with Mary Butler, called Evaluation Anthropology. This book was recognized as a groundbreaking work in cross-cultural evaluation. Copeland also documented the African diaspora’s giving practices and documented these in a second book, African Immigrant Innovations in 21st Century Giving.
The CSKYWLA also hosted the first guest speaker forum of the school year. The first guest speaker of the year was Margot James Copeland, the vice president of The Links, Inc., the oldest volunteer service organization for women. The Links’ mission is to enrich the culture and economic survival of African Americans. They also hosted workshops, which helped students to develop leadership skills.
The event was originally scheduled to take place in NYC. However, travel advisories and Covid lockdowns forced the cancellation. A virtual version of the event has been organized. It’s important to establish metrics that measure success. Ultimately, the goal should be to transform people.