Virginia Chasey, President of Foundation For Corporate Social Responsibility
Virginia Chasey is FCSR Foundation President and a Volunteer Member of the FCSR Management Board. Virginia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Science degree, and has been admitted to candidacy for a Doctor of Education degree from the State University of New York at Albany. She recently retired after serving fourteen years as a high school World History teacher at the American School of Warsaw. She is involved in the Foundation’s activities on a daily basis and as a teacher herself, has a special interest in the educational development of our PrommiseKids. Prior to moving to Poland, she worked with her husband in their Washington DC lobbying firm. No stranger to Foundation work, Virginia served as President of the Third World Prosthetic Foundation for 8 years, an organization committed to providing land mine victims with prosthetic devices. She and her team often put themself in harms way in the mountains of El Salvador during the El Salvadorian War in the early 1980’s. Virginia was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to membership on the United States Selective Service Board of Directors where she honorably served out her Presidential Appointment for 4-years. Virginia has also been an active member of many volunteer organizations, including the National Charity League, President of the California Ballet Society and San Diego Symphony auxiliary, the International CARE Ball Committee, Charter member of ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) and the American Friends of Warsaw here in Poland. Our PromiseKids have a special place in her heart since she is of Polish heritage. Virginia and Bill have a daughter Katie, who is a student at Seattle Pacific University in Seattle, WA. Seven years ago, while living in Poland, Katie helped them start the Foundation and visited many of our first PromiseSchools. She has remained an active supporter of the Foundation ever since.
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Stefan Zaremba, Volunteer Member of the Management Board
In keeping with our Foundation’s commitment of strong business leadership, we are proud to that we have elected Stefan Zaremba to serve as a volunteer member of our Foundation’s Management Board. Stefan Zaremba brings a wealth of business knowledge and experience to our Foundation’s Management Team. He first joined EDS in June, 1979 in Newark New Jersey. For over eight years, as President of EDS Poland, he was responsible for EDS’ business in the country of his birth, Poland. He has had 30 years of experience in the areas of business planning and development, account management, systems management, systems integration, and software development in the communications, insurance, and financial industries. At the time of a merger with Hewlett Packard, EDS was ranked 87th on the list of Fortune 500 companies, and was supporting the world’s leading companies and governments in 60 countries. EDS was established in Poland in 1992 and merged with Hewlett Packard Polska in September 2009. With more than 330,000 employees worldwide and revenues in access of billion, HP was one of the first companies in the world to understand the true need for Corporate Social Responsibility. CSR has been the underlying theme of the EDS philosophy since its founding in 1962 by Ross Perot and it continues to be after the merger with HP. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Pace University in New York City, Stefan moved back to Europe to lead EDS contracts in Germany and Italy. In the summer of 2001, he relocated to his native Poland to serve as President of EDS Poland. In November 2009, he moved back to the United States to continue his employment with Hewlett Packard.