Steve Wing and Corporate Voices are featured in a June 14 business section profile story — “New at the top” — in The Washington Post. Currently Director of Workforce Initiatives for CVS Caremark, Steve will join Corporate Voices September 1 as President.
He brings to Corporate Voices extensive senior-level business management experience gained through a career spanning more than 35 years. At CVS Caremark, he partnered with government agencies, non-traditional employment organizations, educational institutions, faith-based organizations and corporate colleagues to provide opportunities for employment and training.
Here’s an excerpt from The Washington Post story — based on an interview Steve had recently with Washington Post reporter Venessa Mizell.
About the opportunity to join Corporate Voices as President following a number of years as a member of its Board of Trustees, Steve said:
“I wanted more than giving back to a company; I wanted to do something nationally. A lot of the things that Corporate Voices is doing are what we were doing at CVS, but it’s doing actual policy. Corporate Voices has worked with policymakers to make changes in workforce issues in the country. That is paramount.”
Here’s the entire interview.