“CNX Resources Corp. (NYSE: CNX) CEO Nick DeIuliis, who is building a regional philanthropic initiative with his Mentorship Academy and other efforts, will contribute $1 million of his 2022 compensation package to the Mentorship Academy,” reports the Pittsburgh Business Times’ Paul Gough.
“The Canonsburg-based natural gas producer’s Board of Directors made the announcement Thursday for the $1 million contribution in 2022 that will come out of his salary,” writes Gough. “DeIuliis, a Pittsburgh-region native, CNX and the CNX Foundation have been increasing philanthropic efforts toward the underserved rural and urban communities.”
“One of those initiatives has been the Mentorship Academy, which DeIuliis set up earlier this year to help build the careers and experience of western Pennsylvania youth who aren’t seeking a college degree but nevertheless want to set themselves on a career path,” continues Gough. “The first class is underway with plans for more in future years, and it has done site visits at the Shell petrochemical plant in Beaver County as well as union training facilities and the Community College of Beaver County.”
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