Each year, we honor the philanthropic efforts of the local job creators and companies that go above and beyond for our community. The inspiring event fills the room with the buzz of a big celebration! Videos tell the stories of our honorees in each category and summarize how our honorees make our community a better place.
Earl Maxwell, CPA
Retired CEO, St. David’s Foundation
Earl Maxwell just retired as the CEO of St. David’s Foundation since 2007. Prior to stepping into the St. David’s role, Earl was the founding partner of Maxwell Locke & Ritter LLP, Austin’s largest locally owned and managed accounting and consulting firm. Earl’s philosophy of balancing of work, life and serving the community is instilled in the culture of the Foundation.
As the Philanthropic Leadership Award recipient, Earl’s interview will include how strong mentoring early on in his career impacted his vision for philanthropy’s role in communities. With the support of his partners at Maxwell Locke & Ritter, a model for business giving could be implemented, eventually leading to his decision to take on the CEO role at St. David’s Foundation.Read more
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