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Jay Whitehead – CEO of TicketsforCharity.com

Jay Whitehead – CEO of TicketsforCharity.com

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Jay Whitehead - CEO of TicketsforCharity.com

Jay Whitehead - CEO of TicketsforCharity.com

Tickets-for-Charity (TFC) works with top performing artists, professional sports teams, theaters and corporations to offer fans access to premium seats, special offers and unique VIP experiences. The difference? Every ticket purchased through TFC directly supports some of the world’s most respected nonprofits.

So, you pay the same or better price you’ll find elsewhere, for seats you won’t find anywhere else! And your favorite charities receive a donation at the same time (instead of unauthorized brokers and scalpers).

Based in Boston, MA, our team is experienced in areas from social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management to entertainment, finance and marketing. We’re music lovers, sports enthusiasts and quintessential superfans. But above all, we share a passion for making this world a better place by collaborating with some of the most respected, hardworking and inspiring nonprofit organizations out there.

Jay Whitehead was appointed CEO of Charity Partners by company founder and Priceline.com founding team member Jord Poster in May, 2012, Jay has owned and led 14 fast-growth investor-backed technology, media and social-enterprise businesses, and has raised nine figures’ worth of investor capital. Most recently, Jay served as President of Vistance, the cloud-computing and analytics subsidiary of Rideau Recognition, Inc. Prior, Jay was President of SharedXpertise Media LLC and Outsourcing Today LLC and founder of several successful business magazines, online communities and conferences. Jay also founded Corporate Responsibility Magazine, publisher of the world-famous 100 Best Corporate Citizens List and corporate responsibility partner of the New York Stock Exchange. After publication of his co-authored book “The Post-Carbon Economy” in 2009, Jay was named to Ethisphere Magazine’s coveted 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics list. He has on-air broadcast experience at KTTV, CNBC and PBS. Jay earned his BA in History from UCLA, holds a Strategic Finance Certificate from the Harvard Business School and is a dual citizen of U.S. and France.

 

 

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