Bill Sullivan a Gold Sponsor of SCI Luncheon
SCI would like to extend a sincere thank you to Bill Sullivan, Financial Advisor for Edward Jones, for recently joining us as a Gold Level sponsor at our annual SCI Social Capitalist Luncheon. This event will take place on Wednesday, April 3 from 12-1:30PM at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.
SCI President David Crowley remarks, "I am thrilled to have Bill join us at this leadership level for our biggest annual event. Having an outstanding, philanthropic business leader like Bill supporting the event makes a big difference."
The Social Capitalist Luncheon brings together over 350 business and community leaders to recognize outstanding leaders who exemplify SCI's mission. The SCI Idealist Award is presented at the Luncheon to leaders who dedicate their lives and engage their social capital to address some of the most pressing needs in our community.
This year's Idealist recipients will be Josh Kraft, Nicholas President and CEO of he Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, and Robert Lewis, Jr., who recently left his Vice President position at the Boston Foundation to start Home BASE, a nonprofit dedicated to using sports as a vehicle to engage young boys and men in Dorchester, Roxbury and Mattapan.
SCI will also present the Community Social Capitalist Award to outstanding community leaders who impact the lives of others by leveraging their personal and professional network to make a difference. As a Gold Level sponsor, Sullivan had the opportunity to nominate State Representative Jim Dwyer to be presented with a Community Social Capitalist Award, which Rep. Dwyer will be receiving at the Luncheon.
Sullivan has been a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones for five years. Prior to that, he was a manager at State Street. He prides himself on top quality, personalized service to his customers. Sullivan is a lifelong Woburn resident and is active in many causes. He is a member and Paul Harris Fellow with the Rotary Club of Woburn, a board member for the Council of Social Concern, an active member of St. Barbara's Church, and a member of the Woburn Business Association, to name a few examples of his community involvement efforts.