One Warm Coat announces the election of two new members to its board of directors: Amrita Dutta-Gupta of Pittsburgh, Pa. and Julian Young of Atlanta, Ga.
Amrita Dutta-Gupta, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is a marketing professional who has experience at several iconic American retailers/brands, including Sears, Craftsman, Lands’ End, and GNC, where she is currently the Global Brand Director for Health & Wellness. She has also been a volunteer with the Ronald McDonald House Charities for the past six years. Amrita earned her bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from Vanderbilt University and completed her MBA in Marketing, Strategy, and International Business from Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management.
Julian Young, of Atlanta, Ga., is a certified public accountant who has more than 25 years of leadership experience in accounting and finance through a diverse set of roles, most recently in the media and healthcare industries. He is chief accounting officer for ApolloMD, a physician led, multi-specialty provider of hospital-based clinical services for emergency departments, hospitalist, anesthesiology, radiology and other medical programs. Previously, he has worked with Cumulus Media, Lincoln Financial Media Company, and Jefferson-Pilot Communications Company, in roles of progressive responsibility. He earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va.
About One Warm Coat
One Warm Coat is a national nonprofit organization that provides free coats to anyone in need, without discrimination, and works to create awareness of the vital need for warm coats across the country. Through the Coat Drive Program, One Warm Coat provides tools and resources to empower volunteer-led and sponsored coat drives to collect coats, and partners with nonprofit agencies and schools across all 50 states to distribute those coats to children and adults in need. One Warm Coat also encourages sustainability by working with manufacturers and retailers to match overstock and irregular coats with agencies and schools across the country, where they are most needed. Since 1992, One Warm Coat has facilitated the collection and distribution of more than 6.6 million coats. One Warm Coat believes in the basic right to protection from the cold, for everyone.