Jill Marten, a human resources professional with more than two decades of experience, has served as Baptist Health South Florida’s corporate director of HR since 2012. In addition to her activities at Baptist Health, Jill Marten supports organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
In a recent press release, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) announced that it has established a year-long partnership with Chuck E. Cheese to make the family dining and entertainment chain the official preferred destination for BBBS volunteers, employees, and youth participants. Launched in January as part of National Mentoring Month, the new partnership will last throughout 2015.
For its part, Chuck E. Cheese is offering BBBS participants and staff members an exclusive coupon that will give them 25 tokens, one medium one-topping pizza, and two drinks for $17.99. The organization will also celebrate the new partnership with BBBS fundraising events, such as its National Night Out, which will be held at Chuck E. Cheese locations throughout the country on April 14th.