The Team


JAMES T. REEVES – Founder & President

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James Reeves is a Chicago-based expert on corporate social responsibility, philanthropy, and cause-marketing. As president of Do Well Do Good, LLC, he and his company guide leaders in for-profit and non-profit organizations to focus their initiatives in social responsibility,  management, fundraising, communication, and social media. He is also a writer for the Forbes.com Corporate Social Responsibility blog and a video commentator for CSR Unscripted through 3BL Media.

Prior to starting Do Well Do Good, LLC, he served as the Director of Community Affairs for the multi-billion dollar office supply company OfficeMax. James led the company’s philanthropy and volunteer program. His efforts led to the creation of the award winning volunteer event A Day Made Better – an initiative that united the company during a simultaneous volunteer event in 1,000+ locations across the country. In addition, he co-led the effort for the company to publish its first and second corporate social responsibility report which used the Global Reporting Initiative framework.

James started his career in the think-tank world of Washington, DC researching corporate social responsibility and public policy. He is the co-author of the 2002 book Corporate Responsibility in the Global Village which looks at government-led initiatives in Europe and North America that promote socially and environmentally responsible practices among businesses operating overseas.

In addition to working on corporate sustainability, James is well-versed in corporate philanthropy having created the giving programs at OfficeMax and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in the mid-Atlantic. He has served as an officer of the OfficeMax Charitable Foundation and as the board-liaison for the Coldwell Banker Cares Foundation in the mid-Atlantic. He has also tirelessly worked to support diversity and inclusion at both companies, having served on the Diversity Councils for each.