SUCCEED

  • GenLead
  • 04 Jul 2016
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Networking is nice, but relationships pay dividends. Generation LEAD opens doors through service, connecting young professionals with seasoned leaders dedicated to business and community, and willing guide and support your career advancement.

SPEAKERS AND PANELISTS:

Jeffery Griffin
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Director, Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism
Kristin Post
Researcher Marine Corps Culture Training Center Rotary Peace Fellow
Rotary Peace Fellow and researcher with the Marine Corps culture training center using qualitative research methods to improve the military training and education programs.
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John Hill
Pinnacle Advisory Group CEO
John R. Hill is a founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pinnacle Advisory Group, a leading and privately held wealth management firm in the United States.
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Sarah D'Alexander
University of Maryland’s Office of Community Engagement
The Office of Community Engagement hosts the annual Good Neighbor Day and other meaningful community service projects throughout the year associated with the University of Maryland.
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Matthew Brandt
Director DHS/ Motivational Speaker
Matthew's genuine, down to earth, common sense approach to life, business, and community service has allowed him to experience success in many great areas from serving in the Ronald Reagan White House for the President/First Lady and a being Navy Veteran to now holding more than two decades of service in law enforcement and homeland security.
Dionne Calhoun
Leader/Strategist/Advisor
Operations Leader | Communications Strategist | Political Advisor Dionne holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Maryland. Dionne currently serves on the Executive Board of the Woodrow Wilson High School Parent Teacher Student Organization, the University of Maryland Black Alumni Association and Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., a national professional humanitarian organization. Her local volunteer credits include Bread for the City, Food and Friends and Miriam’s Kitchen, which benefit underprivileged communities in the District.