Keith Berger awarded BAML’s Global Volunteer Award!

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Congratulations to President Emeritus and current Board Member Keith Berger for being awarded a Global Volunteer Award by Bank of America Merrill Lynch for his tireless work volunteering with Urban Pathways.

Keith has been with Bank of America Merrill Lynch since 2015 as a Director in Global Business Controls within the Global Banking and Markets division. Keith has been involved with Urban Pathways since 2003 when he joined the Associate Board. He has been a Board Member since 2007, and served as Board President from 2013-2018.

Keith has been instrumental in setting strategic goals resulting in the expansion of Urban Pathways’ Board of Directors, programs and services; increased fundraising; and the hiring staff which all have contributed to hundreds of new supportive housing units being built.

Keith enjoys engaging with clients, hearing their challenges and successes and believes that housing is a basic human need that everyone deserves.

Keith is pictured with Bank of America Merrill Lynch CEO Brian T. Moynihan

Keith is pictured with Bank of America Merrill Lynch CEO Brian T. Moynihan

Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Volunteer Awards are the company’s most prestigious recognition of volunteerism, awarded to employees who exemplify Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s collective commitment to making a positive impact in communities through service. Through their talents, expertise and passion for giving back, recipients help to deliver the full power of the Bank in communities across the globe.

The awards are highly competitive ― with more than 2,800 nominations, 64 employee volunteers were recognized for their exemplary volunteerism this year.

Congratulations to Keith for this very well deserved award!

About Urban Pathways
Urban Pathways is a New York City-based, nonprofit organization that provides housing and support to homeless and at-risk adults throughout the Metropolitan area. Urban Pathways serves more than 3,700 homeless individuals a year and provides transitional, extended stay, and permanent housing to chronically homeless individuals. www.urbanpathways.org. Donate