As 3Mgives Manager for 3M, Michael Stroik oversees the company’s community and environment grantmaking programs. His programs strive to prepare youth for success through early childhood and out-of-school-time learning, enhance community vibrancy by improving the local communities where 3M has a presence, aid disaster preparedness, relief, and recovery, and advance conservation and environmental education.
Prior to 3M, Michael led CECP’s research process on corporate social responsibility and authored the premiere benchmarking report for giving officers, Giving in Numbers. He has been cited as an expert in a variety of influential publications, including The Washington Post, Crain’s Business, Fast Company, The Guardian, and the Giving USA Annual Report on Philanthropy. He also worked for Target Corporation in supply chain management and community relations.
Michael received a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from the University of Wisconsin and holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Washington, Evans School of Public Affairs, where he served as a Research Fellow. He is an avid sports fan and enjoys annual heartbreak while cheering for his favorite team, the Minnesota Twins.