Biddle joins LIU with over twenty-five years’ experience as an executive director leading artistic and financially successful university-based community performing arts centers in communities ranging from Metro Detroit to Hampton Roads, Virginia. Biddle has presented over 1500 diverse performances and educational residencies including performances such as Andrea Bocelli, Jersey Boys, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, New York Philharmonic and John Legend. His programs have sold over $75 million dollars in tickets and has raised over $50 million dollars during the course of his career. For the past twelve years Biddle has been the inaugural executive director of the award-winning I.M. Pei designed Ferguson Center for the Arts at Christopher
I would respectfully ask that you would consider me as a candidate for the position of Executive Director of the Rauner Family and West Communities YMCA. For the past 20 years, I have spent a great deal of time in leadership and executive management in several nonprofit and foundation roles and have gained a significant depth of knowledge and experience in community development, execution of a strategic board engagement and development, and philanthropic models that serve diverse communities. I believe that as a nonprofit executive with a combined depth and breadth of understanding in mass communications and philanthropy, I am also uniquely able to thrive and navigate in the most complex nonprofit, corporate and government environments you describe for this position.
For outstanding meritorious achievement from 1 April 2016 to 1 June 2017. Placed in a critical position, Master Sergeant Mandell consistently executed and resourced training events for more than 3000 personnel, and over 23 million of dollars. Master sergeant Mandell has set himself apart from his peers by continually displaying the highest levels of efficiency, professionalism, and leadership. His acheivements reflect great credit upon himself, the Connecticut Army National Guard and the United States Army.
Ty Bollinger and Jonathan Hunsaker are the co-owners and brilliant men behind the success of this company. Ty Bollinger is the host of the "The Quest For The Cures...Continues" and the most recently launched, Global Series Episodes. Jonathan Hunsaker, on the other hand, is in charge of the marketing aspects of the business operation. Over the years, the company has grown from a small team of dedicated people to 5 different departments: Operations, Technical Department, Affiliate Department, Customer Service Department and Content and Editorial Department. Each department is manned by goal driven and talented individuals who share the same mission of spreading the truth to the world.
Billionaires Eli and Edythe Broad have spent their lifetime giving back. After creating shareholder wealth by providing vital homebuilding and retirement savings services through the two Fortune 500 companies he created — KB Home and SunAmerica, Inc.— Eli Broad and Edythe, his wife of 57 years, are now devoting their time, energy and resources to philanthropy. As the child of immigrant parents, Eli Broad was instilled with the values of hard work, education and the dream that anything was possible. Total Net worth: $6.9 billion 2012 Total giving: $376 million ($5.5% of net worth) All time giving: $3.5 billion. - Billionaires Eli and Edythe
With this pioneering system in place that had such a high success rate, courts across the pond started following in their footsteps. “The court, like more than 50 others created during the past three years across the nation, specializes in working with troubled veterans to get them counseling, link them to government benefits, help them regain a sense of discipline and camaraderie they had in uniform, and steer them onto a more positive course in life.” said William H. McMichael in his article, “Special Courts Help Vets Regain Discipline”. In McMichael’s article he follows two veterans who were in Russell 's’ Vet Court program. One veteran John Clum was deployed twice, both instances in very dangerous zones with multiple fatalities of close friends. Once back home, Clum faced many demons without help.
Gioia’s creation of a series of NEA National Initiatives to reach previously underserved communities established the agency as truly national in scope (Benson 5). Business Week Magazine referred to him as “The Man Who Saved the NEA” (Byrnes 1). Through programs such as Shakespeare in American Communities, Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience, NEA Jazz Masters, American Masterpieces, and Poetry Out Loud, the Arts Endowment has successfully reached millions of Americans in all corners of the country. Due to such successes as well as the continued artistic excellence of the NEA’s core grant programs, the Arts Endowment, under Chairman Gioia, reestablished itself as a preeminent federal agency and a leader in the arts
Academically I was inducted into Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society, Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society, Psi Chi International Honor Society, consecutively on the Dean’s List since freshman year with consecutive 4.0 GPA semesters since Sophomore year and am on track to graduate with Honors. Throughout my college career, I have been engaged civically through community service at various organizations such as Mentoring Majesties, Fannie Battle Day Home for Children, and Preston Taylor Ministries performing more than 200 hours of service. In addition to my college and community involvement, I have made advances in my future career to be a healthcare administrator by being selected to participate in the Community Partners Internship through Hospital Corporation of America. Recently, I have been invited back to the internship to participate in a new project that targets behavioral health and access to
(Rick Hansen Rickhansen.com, 2015). Persisting at such magnitude for twenty six months deserves credit and credit he got. During his journey he got twenty six million dollars in donation. He also made tons of people aware and within those people could be inspired to do a similar thing just like Rick Hansen
Petty Officer Seats is a knowledgeable and versatile Sailor who distinguishes himself as the “GO TO” person for all EKMS and IT related matters. Highlights of his accomplishments include: - As Local Network Service Center (LNSC) Leading Petty Officer (LPO) and Asset Manager, he ensured 100 percent inventory of all ONE-Net computers and peripherals through 21 island-wide commands. He led a team of seven personnel during the personal computer (PC) refresh of 831 workstations, providing seamless transition and improved technological capabilities to all users. He provided required monthly training to 140 Terminal Area Security Officers (TASO), resulting in heightened Information Assurance (IA) awareness. His efforts were critical to the command IA team’s preparation and satisfactory