OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Holly-Stubbing

Interim President & CEO

Holly Welch Stubbing oversees E4E Relief™, the nation’s leading provider of employee disaster and hardship relief funds to corporations across the United States. Holly also serves as Executive Vice President of E4E’s parent organization, Foundation For The Carolinas, a community foundation with assets of more than $2 billion.

Holly has worked with disaster and hardship relief funds since the inception of the program in 2001. She played a vital role in the subsidiary’s formation, and provides expertise on product development and expansion as well as tax and legal considerations.

Holly lives in Charlotte and serves on the boards of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Schools Foundation, Trinity Episcopal School and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Foundation. She also serves on the Strategy Committee for the Philanthropy Roundtable. She is a former German Marshall Fund Marshall Memorial Fellow and is a recipient of the Charlotte Business Journal’s Women in Business and 40 under 40 awards. Holly was Charlotte AFP’s Fundraiser of the Year Award in 2013.

Holly holds a B.A. from Wake Forest University, a J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law and is expected to graduate in July of 2017 from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business with a Global Executive Masters in Business Administration. Holly is a member of the North Carolina and Tennessee Bar Associations. She is married to Matthew Stubbing and has two children.

 

Vice President & Director, Development

Julie Caldwell serves as vice president & director of development for E4E Relief™, helping corporations establish Employee Relief Fund programs to support and engage their employees during unforeseen situations, such as natural disasters or family emergencies that can impact the employee and, in turn, the corporation’s business.

Julie brings  nearly 20 years of experience building strategic relationship programs to help advance brand positioning and market penetration. She has worked with executives and board members of Fortune 1000, large private and mid-market corporations in diverse industries across the United States.  Previously, Julie served as national sales enablement director and led the regional marketing and account management department during her 16 year tenure at KPMG LLP.

Julie helped establish WomenCorporateDirectors Carolinas chapter and she served on the leadership team responsible for launching the Charlotte ATHENA awards, along with leading the marketing committee. Julie previously served as board chair for the Avondale Children’s Center, and was honored with a “Women Extraordinaire” award from Charlotte Business Leader magazine in 2009. She is a graduate of DePauw University with a B.A. in communications. She is married to Bill Caldwell and has two children.

Director of Development

Julie Caldwell serves as director of development for E4E Relief™, helping corporations establish Employee Relief Fund programs to support and engage their employees during unforeseen situations, such as natural disasters or family emergencies that can impact the employee and, in turn, the corporation’s business.

Julie brings more than 17 years of experience building strategic relationship programs to help advance brand positioning and market penetration. She has worked with executives and board members of Fortune 1000, large private and mid-market corporations in diverse industries across the United States.  Previously, Julie served as national sales enablement director and led the regional marketing and account management department during her 16 year tenure at KPMG LLP.

Julie helped establish WomenCorporateDirectors Carolinas chapter and she served on the leadership team responsible for launching the Charlotte ATHENA awards, along with leading the marketing committee. Julie previously served as board chair for the Avondale Children’s Center, and was honored with a “Women Extraordinaire” award from Charlotte Business Leader magazine in 2009. She is a graduate of DePauw University with a B.A. in communications.

Vice President & Director, Relationship Management

Davida Rivens is vice president & director of relationship management for E4E Relief™, the nation’s leading provider of employee disaster and hardship relief funds. Davida focuses on fostering client satisfaction at all levels, and oversees all fund relationships to ensure the highest level of value in E4E products and grantmaking services. She directs E4E’s customer engagement activities including program design, onboarding and communications; and also serves as the client liaison for daily program operations. Davida administers key functions of operations pertinent to the success of the programs, including the skillful facilitation of sensitive situations in compliance with program policies and IRS regulations.

 Prior to joining E4E, Davida served as vice president at its parent organization, Foundation For The Carolinas, a community foundation with assets of more than $2 billion. Previously, she spent more than eight years in the nonprofit sector in various capacities, including development, donor and board relations, grant writing, capacity building and assessment, as well as nonprofit consulting. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A in English and Communications. She is married to Dexter Rivens and has two children.