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Join us on Wednesday, Sept 14, 2022 at 8:30am PT/11:30am ET to discover how Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America (BBBSA) uses Asana to templatize their grant lifecycle phases more efficiently.
See how BBBSA used Asana to increase grant capacity more than double by:
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Social Impact Program Manager
Big Brother Big Sister of America
Director of Foundation Grants
Customer Enablement Program Lead
Tim Pehlke serves as Director of Foundation Grants for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBSA). In this role he oversees the planning and implementation of all BBBSA national pilot projects and research initiatives. His work includes partnering with local agencies to bring programs such as Beyond School Walls, Bigs in Blue/Bigs with Badges, Family Engagement, and Sports Buddies to a national audience. Prior to this he served as Assistant Director for Special Projects at the University of Central Florida (UCF) Center for Public and Nonprofit Management.
In this role he founded the UCF Walking School Bus program and brought the UCF Homeless Student Education AmeriCorps VISTA project to scale across the three county Central Florida region. In addition, Tim served as 4-H Youth Development Coordinator in Orlando, Florida for the University of Florida IFAS Extension. During his time with the 4-H program he led efforts to expand STEM programming through FIRST Robotics and designed The Garden, an innovative inner-city gardening workforce education program, in partnership with the City of Orlando and Bloomberg Philanthropies: Cities of Service.
His work history includes over a decade of experience in corporate, nonprofit, and government sector positions. Tim is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Scrum Master (CSM) specializing in positive youth development programs. Mr. Pehlke holds degrees from the University of Missouri, Miami University, and Greenville University.