As a company committed to empowering people and organizations to achieve the extraordinary, Betterworks is proud to sponsor professional athletes whose values align with the company’s philanthropic programs and mission-driven culture. Mel Reid is an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ rights and gender equality in sports while Luke List actively supports several charities including the Special Olympics. List also has a degree in Human and Organizational Development from Vanderbilt University, which is one of the Betterworks@ areas of expertise.

“Betterworks’ culture is based on four key values, and the most important one is to do the right thing,” said Doug Dennerline, CEO and Executive Chairman of Betterworks. “That’s why we are delighted to form brand partnerships with Luke and Mel. They are both exceptional athletes and inspiring individuals on and off the golf course.”

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“I believe in Betterworks’ commitment to helping organizations of all sizes perform better and achieve ambitious goals with advanced technology and expertise. I’m excited to have Betterworks as a partner.” said List.

“Betterworks is a mission-driven organization committed to building the best solutions for its customers while uplifting its team,” said Reid. “I’m excited to partner with Betterworks@ because it’s a brand that values equity, hard work, and transparency.”

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