Pam Nagurka of Arlington, Va., a student in the Executive Master of Natural Resources program offered at Virginia Tech, has been working with the Campbell Soup Company’s Community Affairs team to build a set of resources to help extend our Healthy Communities program beyond the city of Camden.
“’I am impressed with, and applaud, Campbell Soup Company’s commitment to improve the quality of life of its employees, families, and neighbors in its many hometown communities,’ [Nagurka said].
Developing resources for the company’s plants is one of Nagurka’s main tasks. They will serve as a “how-to” for employees who want to volunteer in the community, guiding them toward selecting projects that align with the company’s goals and providing an outline for how collective impact can be used to create sustainable programs in hometown communities.”
“Working with Pam has not only been a true pleasure, but she has been an incredible asset as we work to scale our Healthy Communities program. Pam’s thoughtful approach to implementing impactful community change has been beneficial to our program development,” added Kim Fortunato, Director, Campbell Healthy Communities.
Read more about Pam Nagurka’s work with Campbell’s Healthy Communities program at Virginia Tech News here.