Founder & CEO
Our founder began connecting college-age volunteers with charities in Boston, Massachusetts. She saw that when people come together around shared community goals, the results go far beyond good deeds - friendships form, mentor/mentee pairings emerge, and networking naturally happens. All the while, the basic human hunger for purpose and a chance to meaningfully contribute is satisfied.
When Jamie realized that meaningful service is the key to creating purpose and building connections, Generus was born.
Today, companies engage Generus to identify the causes employees care most about to create and execute custom volunteer projects that form a work culture built on human connection and meaning.
The Generus team brings 40 years of experience in combining Corporate Volunteering, Public Relations, Corporate Communications, and Corporate Social Responsibility. In addition, our team brings a Positive Psychology approach focusing on human happiness in creating our programs.
Founder & CEO
Beth Van Duzer
Business Manager & Accounting
Technology & IT Architecture
We believe the power to change the world for good comes from businesses uniting employees and company culture around causes employees are personally passionate about.
To create a personalized, concierge approach to volunteer work for employees that brings like minds together and maximizes a triple bottom line impact for companies.
To inspire companies to unite employees around causes and then follow their lead.