East Liberty nonprofit Youth Enrichment Services Named 2019 Champion in Action
“Trib Total Media recognizes the power of the mentorship provided to young people in the Pittsburgh region by Youth Enrichment Services.”
— Jennifer Bertetto, Trib Total Media President and CEO
By Courier Editor, March 4, 2019
The New Pittsburgh Courier has learned that Youth Enrichment Services (YES), a nonprofit providing socially and economically at-risk youth the opportunity to achieve success through participation in mentorship, education and enrichment programs, has been named a 2019 Champion in Action in the category of Youth Leadership. The award, announced jointly by Citizens Bank, WPXI-TV, Trib Total Media and Pittsburgh Cares, includes $35,000 in unrestricted funding as well as promotional and volunteer support for the organization’s outstanding work, according to a release.
Youth Enrichment Services (YES) provides empowerment, experiential opportunities, academic enrichment and summer employment as positive pathways to future success. YES partners with local organizations to create synergy and generates transformative stories, national accolades and positive research outcomes.
Bill is the Director, Capital Markets Funding and Hedging at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh. Bill joined the Bank in 2006 and has over 20 years of banking and investment management experience. He is responsible for all aspects of the Bank's debt issuance, derivative hedging and liquidity management functions including short-term and Treasury investments at the Bank. Bill has served in a variety of leadership roles at the Bank since 2011 including Manager of Mortgage Finance and Senior Manager of Capital Markets. Prior to joining the Bank, Bill held analyst and trading positions at Federated Investors and Mellon Financial Corporation. He holds a B.S. in Business from Pennsylvania State University and an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Duquesne University.
Bill is also an active volunteer in his community. He has coached numerous youth sports teams and held board positions within these organizations, including serving as the President of the Norwin Soccer Club for two years. He is currently on the Board for the Hampton Alliance for Educational Excellence (HAEE), a non-profit organization that provides grants to support educational opportunities for the children of the Hampton Township School District.