Alan Ranzer, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Impact 4 Good, is a leading voice in the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movement. Utilizing his M.A in International Development from American University in Washington, D.C, Alan has built a successful career and business focused on bettering communities in need worldwide.
Under his leadership, Impact 4 Good has created and implemented hundreds of teambuilding activities for major corporations which have contributed immeasurably to local charities in the United States and abroad. As an industry spokesman, he has presented at conferences for corporate meeting, incentive, and association industry executives and meeting planners, and has been a panelist on multiple webinars on the topic of CSR. Additionally, he has been interviewed for or quoted in over 30 articles since 2005 in meeting/incentive industry publications, as well as the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.
Alan has worked for respected domestic and international non-profit organizations specializing in the field of community service. His career has included living and/or managing projects in Ecuador, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, Cape Verde, Indonesia, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and the West Bank and Gaza.
Throughout his career, Alan has maintained his passion for helping others and strives to share this passion with Impact 4 Good clients so they can enjoy the benefits of good corporate teamwork combined with good community citizenship.
He and his wife Beth have two children and live in Bethesda, Maryland.
Ira Lawrence Almeas
Ira brings 20+ years of experience in the meetings/events industry to Impact 4 Good. Ira has a marketing degree from the University of Maryland and is an active member in the Society of Incentive & Travel Executives and has chaired many committees as well as addressed numerous conferences concerning the incentive industry. Ira has lived abroad both in Japan and Spain and has traveled worldwide.
Ira believes that with success comes a responsibility to others. His vision for Impact 4 Good is that individuals will work more cohesively when they better understand other cultures in society. Helping others builds individual success in both the workplace and at home.