Spring Lacy

Spring Lacy joined Prudential in June 2013 as Vice President of Corporate & Community Engagement. Her responsibilities include providing strategic leadership and oversight in the execution of domestic and global employee and corporate engagement activities. In this role, she is responsible for all employee volunteer and recognition programs, including Dollars for Doers, Prudential’s national board placement program and other projects that help build the capacity of the nonprofit sector. Lacy also provides leadership for a team of relationship managers who work with the businesses to identify opportunities to address social needs while meeting business objectives.

Prior to her arrival at Prudential, Lacy served as the Vice President of Employee Engagement & Volunteerism for JPMorgan Chase. In that role, she developed employee engagement opportunities in local markets around the world, providing consultancy to over 70 volunteer leadership groups and t raining over 1,000 global coordinators. Her accomplishments include designing and implementing a technology infrastructure responsible for the disbursement of over 5,000 grants totaling over $3.5 million dollars annually, and developing and launching a successful coaching and mentoring program for volunteer leaders to help them develop leadership and professional skills. Lacy also managed the firm’s volunteer grant and matching gift programs, and the employee giving campaign.

Lacy also brings experience in the nonprofit sector having served as the Director of Strategic Community Initiatives for Central Jersey Community Development Corporation. She also has a wealth of experience in human resources having served as a Human Resource Manager for NBC, and Campus Recruiter for Anderson Consulting.
Lacy earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Spelman College and a Master of Public Administration degree from New York University’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Administration. She continues to serve the community as a board member for Dress for Success of Morris County and a member of Corporate Volunteers of New York.

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