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Greater Rochester Leadership Summit for Non-Profits and Awards Luncheon


 

Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Rochester Riverside Convention Center

Greater Rochester Leadership Summit
Breakfast for Non-Profits

7:30 – 11:45 a.m.
$75 per person

Greater Rochester Awards Luncheon
Noon – 1:30 p.m.
$60 per person; $600 table of 10

You can also attend both events (Greater Rochester Leadership Summit Breakfast & Awards Luncheon) for the reduced price of $100.

Click here to reserve now!

The Rochester Business Journal and the United Way of Greater Rochester present the Greater Rochester Awards, which celebrate the exceptional work done by our community’s human services sector. The awards, given in several categories, will honor non-profit staff members, executives, volunteers and programs that make our community a better place to live.

7:30 - 11:45 A.M.
Leadership Summit Breakfast for Non-Profits

Featured Speakers:

Bruce Burtch
Called the “Father of Cause Marketing,” Bruce is an internationally respected cross-sector partnership and cause marketing expert. He provides workshops and training and creates partnerships among the for-profit, non-profit, education and government sectors that ignite their economic and social environmental impact while focused on creating a greater good. 

Marie Peeler
Marie Peeler helps leaders find engagement, clarify objectives, and improve interpersonal effectiveness. This workshop will focus on the creative competencies that help leaders achieve greatness. Participants will learn how assumptions and self-talk drive our creative leadership or hold us in reactive mode and how to start breaking habits of thought that do not serve your quest for leadership greatness.

Agenda and additional speakers to be announced!


Congratulations to our finalists and honorees!
(Bank of America Impact award winner will be announced at the awards luncheon on Oct. 28.)

Board Leadership
Robert Dobies and Michael Nuccitelli, Rochester Regional Health System board
Robert Enright, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester, N.Y. Inc.
Richard Yates, American Diabetes Association of Rochester

Career Achievement
Kathia Casion, Legal Aid Society of Rochester, N.Y.
Mary Gallis, CURE Childhood Cancer Association
Alice McAdam, Hillside Children's Center
Nichole Spring, University of Rochester Medical Center

Community Champion
Sergio Esteban, Monroe Community College Foundation
Jurij and Marie Kushner, The YMCA of Greater Rochester Inc.
Meghan Mundy, The Center for Youth

Outstanding Corporate Volunteer Group
Genesee Regional Bank
Gilda’s Club Rochester’s Associate Board
Harris Corp.

Rising Star
Isaac Bliss, Community Place of Greater Rochester
Stefanie Szwejbka, Bivona Child Advocacy Center
Bradley Young, People Inc.

Executive of the Year
Jay Rudman, Trillium Health

Bank of America Impact Award Finalists
Boys & Girls Clubs of Rochester’s Accelerated Reading Program
Mary Cariola Children’s Center’s Preschool Program
Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes Inc.
St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center
Veterans Outreach Center

 

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Sponsored by:


Silver Sponsor:

LaBella Associates, D.P.C.
 


Click here to view photos from the 2013 event.

Click here to view photos from the 2012 event.


Interested in Sponsoring an RBJ event? Call Jo Ann Geiger, director of advertising, today at 585-546-8303 or email jgeiger@rbj.net.

 

For more information regarding Rochester Business Journal events e-mail Melissa Wilson, Events and Special Projects Director, at events@rbj.net.

 


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