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The Society is proud to present the latest episode of our "Thought Leader Series" featuring LA Reid, Chairman/CEO of Epic Records. Over the course of his career, Mr. Reid has worked with superstars such as Pink, Usher, Outkast, Avril, TLC, Rihanna and Future.




Congratulations to Global Leader Scholarship recipient Jennifer Guzzardi, from the Society chapter at Marist College.
 
Jennifer Guzzardi became an executive board member for her chapter at Marist College in her junior year. Through her membership with the Society and her executive board position, Jennifer not only gained the confidence to talk about leadership, but also found a new found passion for restorative justice. The term “restorative justice” has emerged sporadically in the media as an alternative approach to the traditional methods of crime and punishment. This model involves bringing the victim, offender, and any necessary parties together to talk about the crime and what can be done to achieve future success.
 
Two weeks ago we shared part one of Jennifer’s journey and progress abroad as a “Global Leader” who is making a better world. Today we are happy to share part two. Enjoy!
 
Click here to read Part One.



The Society is proud to present the second episode of our "Thought Leader Series" featuring Mayor Svante Myrick of Ithaca, New York. At 24, Mr. Myrick became the youngest mayor ever elected in New York State history.





Congratulations to “Global Leader Scholarship” recipient, Jennifer Guzzardi, from the Society chapter at Marist College.

Jennifer Guzzardi became an executive board member for her chapter at Marist College in her Junior year.  Through her membership with the Society and her executive board position, Jennifer not only gained the confidence to talk about leadership, but also led her to a new found passion of restorative justice. The term “restorative justice” has emerged sporadically in the media as an alternative approach to the traditional methods of crime and punishment. This model involves bringing the victim, offender, and any necessary party together to talk about the crime and what can be done to achieve future success.