Many C-level executives consider their participation in charitable and community groups as important to the success of their company as any executive responsibility. Whether it’s a board position, fundraising or event coordination, the active support of a well chosen not-for-profit enhances their own professional reputation, as well as the visibility of their company.

Although these activities may comprise a compelling business ROI, the motivation for community and charitable giving has to be genuine and, in most instances, personal. That’s certainly true for Iron Bow Technologies’ CEO Rene LaVigne.

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