Joseph Mettimano is the Vice President of Marketing and Campaign Engagement. He leads Global Impact’s fundraising, marketing and communications efforts. As a member of the organization’s executive team, Mettimano has overall responsibility for the strategy and execution of Global Impact’s employee giving program, which supports more than 125 international charities, as well as the marketing efforts for four of the world’s largest workplace giving campaigns (the Combined Federal Campaigns for the National Capital Area, Overseas, New York City and Central Virginia), which collectively raise nearly $60 million per year. He also leads the organization’s high impact fund and disaster response programs. He is a chief spokesperson for the organization.
Mettimano has 26 years of experience serving in leadership roles with some of the world’s most respected nonprofit organizations. Previously, he served as Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Prison Fellowship, Vice President of Advocacy and Campaigns at World Vision, and Deputy Director of Advocacy at the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. Prior to this, he served as a major donor development officer for the American Association for the Advancement of Science and as a financial analyst with BIA Consulting.
Mettimano has committed his career to international relief and development causes and is widely known for his work on child protection issues and addressing malaria. He has served as an advisor at The Pew Charitable Trusts and for a number of international campaigns, such as Nobel Prize-winner International Campaign to Ban Landmines. Mettimano is an expert at leveraging the synergies of fundraising, public relations, advocacy and partnerships. He earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from Temple University and has completed additional training at the George Washington University.