Carlo D. Laurore is a Senior Philanthropic Manager (Eastern Region) with the Boy Scouts of America, where he has worked for the past six years.  In his current role, he manages a team of Philanthropic Advisors and helps to drive major gift development and endowment strategy for the Boy Scouts. During his time with the Boy Scouts, he has supported several local Councils in their major giving and gift planning efforts, facilitated several major gift educational initiatives, and developed the planned giving strategy for the organization.

Previously, Carlo served as a senior member of the university advancement team at North Carolina State University in the Office of Gift Planning.  While at NC State, he helped close numerous gifts benefiting a wide variety of colleges and programs on campus, including multiple gifts at a transformative level. 

Prior to this, Carlo served as the Director of Gift Planning at North Carolina A&T State University.  At North Carolina A&T he was the school's first-ever Director of Gift Planning and launched the school’s efforts in that arena, including creating the school's planned giving website, marketing material, and donor contact program.  Carlo is credited with having worked with donors to secure one of the school’s largest gifts from an alumni individual, as well as, helping to secure the school’s largest gift from a non-alumni individual. 

Carlo has more than eight years of experience in the financial services industry.  During his career in financial services, he held the title of Vice President and Business Services Officer at BB&T (Wilmington, NC). In that role, he managed a $50M+ portfolio of business loan clients.

Carlo grew up in Raleigh, NC and graduated from UNC-Wilmington with a degree in Economics and in Leadership. He completed his degree in three years with honors and co-authored two published works in the Southern Business and Economics Journal.  In addition, Carlo earned a graduate degree in banking from Louisiana State University (LSU) and has received various financial planning designations.

Carlo serves as an active member of his community with membership and advisory board involvement in a variety of non-profit organizations and associations. Overall, Carlo takes pride in his efforts as a motivational speaker and mentor to both youth and adults in the areas of non-profit fundraising, financial literacy, economic empowerment, life/career planning, and leadership. Carlo, his wife (Catherine), and his two children (Trey and Tori) currently reside in Raleigh, NC.  Both of his kids are Cub Scouts in the Occoneechee Council (Son- Scouts BSA, Daughter- Webelo). 

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