Milton D. Speid
Milton is an experienced Business Development and Corporate Social Responsibility professional with extensive experience developing global corporate philanthropy programs, and creating strategic partnerships across a range of objectives.
Currently, Milton is the Head of Donor Engagement & Vice President of Business Development for North America at Epic Foundation, a global NGO that’s improving the way individuals give back to charitable causes. Prior to joining Epic, he worked for TED Talks, Silicon Valley Community Foundation and Bank of America Charitable Foundation.
While at TED, Milton helped fortune 500 companies share their best ideas with the world. During his tenure at Silicon Valley Community Foundation, he advised companies on their philanthropic strategies including SAP, Dolby, SanDisk, LinkedIn, Texas Instrument, Stub Hub, and Intuit to name a few. At Bank of America Charitable Foundation, he was responsible for crafting and executing the community and employee engagement strategy for the San Francisco Bay Area.
As the son of Jamaican immigrants, Milton has a personal commitment to poverty alleviation and developing partnerships that maximize resources and achieve greater impact.
Milton holds a Psychology Degree from The University of Hartford where he captained the Men’s Soccer Team (2000 – 2002). He sits on several advisory boards including the Madison Council, a volunteer arm of the Madison Square Boys & Girls Club. He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.